COPE: Partnering with communities to eliminate health disparities and improve wellbeing of American Indians and Alaska Natives. COPE is based in Navajo nation where staff work in community partnerships on issues such as AIDS, cancer care, nutrition, and health system strengthening.
EqualHealth: Supporting quality medical and nursing education in Haiti with the goal of attaining a healthy Haitian population. EqualHealth takes a partner-driven approach developing medical and nursing education initiatives, impacting providers and educators today and developing tomorrow's healthcare leaders.
HAIVN: The Partnership for Health Advancement in Vietnam (HAIVN) allies with the Vietnam Ministry of Health, medical universities and health care workers to improve the quality of teaching and curriculum in medical education, strengthen clinical systems, and enhance health care worker capacity to deliver high quality care throughout the country.
HRH Rwanda: Developing a new model for health education which seeks to increase the quality and quantity of health professionals in Rwanda.
Last Mile Health: Last Mile Health saves lives in the world's most remote villages. The organization specializes in the development and management of professionalized Community Health Workers who bridge the gap between hospital and remote villages, bringing critical services to the doorsteps of people living in the last mile in Liberia.
Wuqu' Kawoq | Maya Health Alliance: Working in Guatemala’s most impoverished communities to solve pressing health care needs. Wuqu’ Kawoq overcomes barriers to health, uniting medicine, culture, and language.
NCD Synergies: Collaborating to build health systems fighting non-communicable diseases of poverty among the bottom billion most impoverished population globally.
PIVOT Works: Partnering with communities in resource-poor areas combining access to comprehensive healthcare and rigorous research to save lives and break cycles of poverty and disease.
Possible: Delivering high-quality, low cost durable healthcare in rural Nepal. Working with the government's existing infrastructure, Possible delivers healthcare at a hospital, network of clinics and through community health workers.
Seed Global Health: Strengthening health education and delivery in areas with dire shortages of health professionals. With the Peace Corps and PEPFAR, Seed sends US physicians and nurses abroad as educators to work with local faculty to expand capacity and enhance the quality and breadth of education, building strong, sustainable health systems.
Social Medicine Consortium: Fighting for health equity through education, training, service and advocacy, with social medicine at its core. The Consortium engages diverse geographic, professional, racial, and class perspectives in this critical work.