Abundance Project for Global Health

Abundance Project for Global Health is an innovative partnership between the Abundance Foundation, Harvard Medical School, Partners In Health and Global Health Delivery Project to empower local health workers in Haiti and Rwanda. Combining the on-the-ground expertise of Partners In Health with the multidisciplinary clinical and scholarly resources of Harvard Medical School’s Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, the Abundance Project for Global Health will create empirically-based delivery strategies to improve health equity in two of the world’s hardest hit locales, Haiti and Rwanda. The Project is led by Abundance Partners Louise Ivers, M.D. MPH., Senior Health and Policy Advisor for Partners In Health in Haiti and Corrado Cancedda, M.D. PhD., Medical Education Director for Partners In Health in Rwanda.

Blog Posts

VIDEO: Abundance Foundation's Stephen Kahn in conversation with Paul Farmer

Since 2010, the Abundance Foundation  has collaborated with Partners In Health to support their truly transformative work to train frontline health care workers, provide direct service and build capacity in some of the most material resource-limited settings in the world. In February 2018, Dr. Stephen Kahn, founder of the Abundance Foundation, sat down for an intimate conversation with Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners In Health. Highlights from the event are available here:   ...

Special Free Screening of Bending The Arc, a Documentary About Partners In Health

Abundance Foundation is proud to host an exclusive Nashville screening of the groundbreaking film, Bending the Arc, along with a special conversation with Partners In Health Medical Director, Dr. Joia Mukherjee! The FREE screening will take place at the historic Belcourt Theater in Nashville, TN. Reception with free drinks and snacks will start at 5 pm, followed by the film at 6. The evening will close with an intimate Q&A and conversation with Dr. Joia Mukherjee. Seating is available on a first ...