We focus on upgrading rural hospitals and clinics in sub-Saharan Africa. We also support select organizations that are serving the very poor in urban or peri-urban areas.
ACCESS Uganda is a community-based organization in Nakaseke district, Uganda, which is dedicated to working with vulnerable groups in resource limited settings through medical care, education and economic empowerment.
AAH partners with communities in rural Uganda to improve the quality of their daily lives and realize their future potential through improved education, healthcare, and community development.
Centres for Community Healthcare Access (CCHA) is a grass root healthcare facility that offers high quality, affordable health services within low resource set ups in Kenya. Its core services include maternal child health, dental healthcare, health promotion, and general curative
Dandelion Africa is a local non-profit NGO based in Mogotio, Rift Valley, Kenya. The organization is rooted in a marginalized area and has knowledge of rural cultures and social norms as well as of the challenges facing the communities in the area, with special regard to women and young people.
The Haiti Fund was established to provide immediate relief to affected communities, while also supporting long-term reconstruction efforts by Haitian communities and the Greater Boston Haitian diaspora.
Health Builders works with local communities and governments in Rwanda to build their own health systems. We never hand them a finished product. We help them build their own.
The IPROSARUDE is a local NGO with a local organization created by group of volunteer Medical practionners to achieve their vision with 500 members and is the only NGO which interested in dental care except government and private clinic.
Integrate Health is the only international organization providing life saving health care services in northern Togo. We support five health centers in the Kara Region of the small West African nation of Togo.
In order to improve access to quality healthcare, KOMO Learning Centres established the Nama Wellness Community Centre (NAWEC). NAWEC is a primary care facility (Health Centre II) including an on-site laboratory and pharmacy, serving the people of Mukono District with excellent care.
Providing comprehensive health care services to the poor and underserved in their community. Services include antenatal & post-natal programs, family planning, maternity services, surgeries, and an HIV/AIDS program. KHC is also pilot project partner for the Gould Family Foundation Delivery Subsidy Program (DSP).
KHC provides quality health services to the underserved communities in the Kasese area of western Uganda.
Lifenet International supports 112 faith-based health centers and hospitals in Uganda, Burundi, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Lwala is building the capacity of people to advance their own comprehensive well-being. Founded by members of our community - the design implementation and evaluation of our programs continue to be community driven. Through this approach we are in an-all out effort to reduce maternal and child mortality.
Mali Health empowers the most vulnerable families in the peri-urban communities of Bamako, Mali to transform maternal and child health.
Mother Health International is committed to reducing perinatal mortality rates by creating competent and sustainable birth centers using the midwifery model of care. They are located 20 miles south of the border from South Sudan in Atiak, Uganda.
Nundu Deaconess Hospital (NDH) serves a population of over 200,000 on the eastern edge of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They are a reference hospital for 13 other rural clinics including the Lusenda Clinic that serves a large number of refugees from Burundi. The Gould Family Foundation (GFF) is working with other foundation friends like DAK Foundation and CRI to “jump start” important initiatives at NDH.
The Nurture Africa Health Centre provides quality pediatric, HIV and primary health care to the most vulnerable children and their HIV infected parents/guardians in Wakiso District, Uganda.
S.O.U.L. Foundation fosters sustainable and vibrant Ugandan communities through unique partnerships focused on education, women's empowerment, food security, and maternal health. S.O.U.L. partners with 14 communities across two rural districts, impacting 9,000 Ugandans.
Through grassroots leadership, we link schools for girls to community services for all, building vibrant, gender equitable communities where all are able to realize their full potential.
SaCoDé is based in Bujumbura, Burundi. Their fundamental objective is to improve the health and economic wellbeing of the communities they serve.
Continuing a strong educational tradition, we take our stand with poor people, especially women and children, in the most abandoned places.
Soft Power Health's mission is to provide health education and prevention for malaria, family planning, and malnutrition as well as primary and preventative healthcare for the people of Uganda.
UGEAFI is a NGO serving the highland communities of Bibokoboko, Minembwe & Itombwe in the South Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
The Van Norman Clinic (VNC) is a private, non-profit hospital located on the campus of the Hope Africa University (HAU) in Bujumbura. They serve over 3,000 patients monthly and average 450 deliveries and 110 C-sections per month providing a great service to mothers, infants and patients in general.
Our mission at Village Health Works is to provide quality, compassionate health care in a dignified environment while also treating the root causes and social determinants of illness, disease, violence, and neglect. We do so in collaboration with those we serve and partners who share our beliefs.