Paul Farmer had a noble career as a medical anthropologist helping underprivileged people. He was married to Didi Bertrand, a medical anthropologist who also helps those in need.
Who is Dr. Paul Farmer’s Wife?
Didi Bertrand is the wife of Dr. Paul Farmer. According to her official website, she is a medical anthropologist and community health specialist by profession.
She is also the founder of an organization called the Women and Girls Initiative which is meant to serve people in need. She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She got married to Dr. Farmer in 1996.
She was the Director of the Community Health Program for Partners In Health Rwanda and Inshuti Mu Buzima from 2006 to 2012, and from 2012 to introduce.
She is the Senior Advisor on Community Health and Head of the Biosocial Research and Social Development Programs for Partners In Health.
Who was Dr. Paul Farmer?
Born on October 26, 1959, in North Adam, Massachusetts, Dr. Paul Farmer was a medical anthropologist and physician by profession.
Farmer co-founded Partners In Health alongside Jim Yong Kim, Ophelia Dahl, Thomas J. White, and Todd McCormack in 1987.
The program began in Cange, a village in the Central Plateau of Haiti.
Since its formation, PIH has launched sites across Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi, Mexico, Peru, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Russia, and the Navajo Nation. His brother is former professional wrestler, Jeff Farmer.