A Few Recent Partners
We respect that some partners prefer to remain confidential and not all of our past partners have been included.
African Strategies for Advancing Pathology is a non-profit organization composed of professionals with a common interest in increasing and improving access to diagnostic pathology and laboratory medicine in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and other regions of the world that currently lack access to these services.
Their vision is a future in which the importance of pathology in sub-Saharan Africa is recognized at local, national, regional, continental, and international levels; a SSA with a competent pathology workforce and a number of expert centers that are supported by a high quality sustainable delivery system to improve the quality of life of persons living in SSA.
Charter4Change: Localisation of Humanitarian Aid
eA is an Endorser of Charter4Change, an initiative led by both National and International NGOs, to practically implement changes to the way the Humanitarian System operates to enable more locally-led response.
Classrooms in the Clouds works in remote villages of the Solukhumbu Region of Nepal, building classrooms and sponsoring teachers, in order to expand access to high-quality education.
FVS AMADE has served Burundi for 22+ years, and has a mission to protect orphans and vulnerable children and promote the economic autonomy of vulnerable households for the ultimate well-being of children.
Health Access Connect helps link healthcare to people living in remote areas, using innovative solutions to bridge the gap.
Physical Therapy Global Health Club is a collection of Physical Therapy students interested in learning and applying skills to improve Global Health.
The mission of Students Shoulder to Shoulder (SStS) is to inspire high school students to engage in responsible global citizenship through on-line study, full immersion service programs, and public presentation.
Uhambo transforms lives and makes opportunities accessible to people with physical disabilities in rural and underdeveloped parts of Africa. Our work directly impacts people with disabilities who are vulnerable and, often times, forgotten. Uhambo’s vision is to reduce inequalities and barriers to participation for children with all disabilities.
Women Who Grow, known as DRDA locally in Africa, provides job skills and farming training to women and children war survivors. “We have taught grown women to write their names and add up their own grocery bills. We have partnered with international aid organizations to distribute seeds, tools and emergency relief to thousands of households. We have worked to reunify families and teach skills to children living in the streets. The list continues to grow but our vision remains the same. We believe that, together we find strength and solutions that change our world!”
Thanks to our Collaborative Partners:
Cadence Labs is a digital marketing, design, and software development agency located in Boulder, Colorado whose mission is to transform eCommerce through top-notch development and service of the highest quality.
The mission at Mountain Madness is to provide the highest quality experience for beginner and advanced mountaineers and trekkers alike. Their trips provide highly qualified guides and the opportunity for cultural exchange, mental and physical challenge, wilderness skills development, and self-discovery.
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