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Leadership Development

PHI sees its role in leadership development as providing the resources, training and momentum to help existing community leaders build power and make lasting change. PHI works within and alongside communities—often through existing community networks, organizations or community groups—to builds skills in collaboration, advocacy and strategy development. Through seed funding, network building and technical assistance, PHI boosts the power of local leaders to identify and address the issues that are most important in their neighborhods, communities and countries. We develop  local, state, national, and global leadership programs, and provide in-person and online trainings to a diverse set of emerging leaders, including future healthcare providers, public health students and practitioners, local community collaboratives, and youth.

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  • 600+ leaders in 44 states and territories trained through NLAPH
  • 135M women, girls and youth with more rights and power
  • 10K+ healthcare internship hours worked by at-risk youth

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Breakthrough Infection Study of Over 600,000 Veterans Shows Declining COVID-19 Vaccine Protection

A new pre-print study of over 600,000 veterans by researchers from PHI and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center finds that overall COVID-19 vaccine protection declined significantly between February and August 2021. Declines were greatest for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (from 88% in March to 3% in August), followed by PfizerBioNTech (91% to 50%) and Moderna (92% to 64%).

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