In order to make a lasting impact on Rwanda’s health outcomes, we are investing in the people that deliver health care. Through formal degree-granting educational programs, in-service training, and targeted mentorship, we are building the capacity of Rwanda’s health workforce. PIH/IMB offers certificate programs for nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals in specialty areas such as oncology and neonatology. Through these programs, health care professionals gain much-needed skills and, as a result, health outcomes improve. We host scholars from around the world and residents from Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s Division of Global Health Equity in Boston. To provide the best possible education, we partner with many medical institutions, including the University of Rwanda, Human Resources for Health, and the University of Global Health Equity.