Meet our Partners
The Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) is a global information resource on programs that engage private health care providers to improve health and financial protection for the poor. CHMI identifies, analyzes and connects people running Health Market Innovations. Health Market Innovations are programs and policies—implemented by governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), social entrepreneurs or private companies. These programs and policies harness or improve transactions that occur in the health care marketplace to promote better health and financial protection for the poor. CHMI works through a network of partner organizations in 16 countries where there are large numbers of private health care providers.
GlobeMed is a network of university students who partner with grassroots organizations around the world to improve the health of people living in poverty. Through their involvement today, students commit to a life of leadership in global health and social justice. The GlobeMed Network currently includes 46 chapters at university campuses throughout the country, each of which has a unique partner in one of 18 countries on four continents. The Network is coordinated and supported by the GlobeMed National Office in Evanston, IL.
InSTEDD (Innovative Support to Emergencies, Diseases and Disasters) is an international non-profit organization that develops and uses high-impact, open source technology tools to help those working for health, safety and development enhance collaboration and improve information flow and knowledge sharing. Our mission is to improve global health, safety and sustainable development through capacity building, designing tech for social good with the end users and helping evaluate impact. We work with governments, universities, corporations, international health organizations, humanitarian NGOs and local communities around the world to identify requirements.
Echoing Green, inspires, invests in, and mobilizes next generation talent to deliver bold solutions for social change. Since inception we have invested in nearly 500 social entrepreneurs who work to solve deeply-rooted problems in the world through their innovative ideas. Among the organizations we helped launch include Teach For America, City Year, Genocide Intervention Network, The SEED School, Global Fund for Children and hundreds of others. We also work to build a robust ecosystem of changemaking by supporting young people to select careers in social change; working with donors to approach their philanthropy in an engaged manner; and providing data that builds our field.
IPIHD (International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery). How can successful innovations in healthcare delivery be replicated to increase worldwide access to quality healthcare while simultaneously making care more affordable? The International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery founded by the World Economic Forum, Duke Medicine, and McKinsey & Company, and hosted at Duke Medicine, was formed to answer this question. IPIHD seeks ways to overcome the four challenges in scaling innovations identified in innovation research — Knowledge, Business, Finance, and Regulatory — each is addressed in four core programs.
Rumah Cemara is a community-based organization established by and for people with HIV/AIDS and people who use drugs. Rumah Cemara uses a peer intervention model with human rights approach, empowering injecting drug users and HIV+ people to increase their quality of life while at the same time reducing stigma and discrimination from others. This is articulated in three main programs: harm reduction, rehabilitation centre, and peer support groups of people living with HIV who have a history of drug use. As well as directly providing services, Rumah Cemara supports more than sixty other community based organizations working with thousands of HIV positive drug users, changing and challenging the views of health service providers, law enforcement agencies and the local community. Rumah Cemara envisions an Indonesia without discrimination towards people with HIV/AIDS and people who use drugs.
Lua Nova The Lua Nova (New Moon) Association serves at-risk young mothers and their children. Founded in 2000, Lua Nova is a non-governmental organization, based in Sorocaba (SP). The organization develops and experiments with different techniques and practices of social inclusion for at-risk young people – the life stories of these adolescents are strongly marked by experiences of abandonment, sexual abuse and exploitation, marginalization, drug abuse and difficulties with social integration. Based on these realities, Lua Nova’s methodology includes income-generating activities, workforce development, harm reduction and community development.
fundsforngos.org is the leading source of funding information for NGOs around the world – from small grass roots organizations to large global NGOs. Visitors to the fundsforngos.org website can access a range of useful content and subscribe to our free funding alert service. Using technology, we connect NGOs to useful information – including tools, how-to guides, training webinars, and resources to help you fundraise successfully. fundsforngos.org believes that no intervention can be successful without sustainable resources. How can fundsforngos.org help your NGO spend less time fundraising and more time running programs? Visit fundsforngos.org today to find out!
HealthCursor Consulting is a global strategic consulting firm serving clients across Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. We counsel our clients on their key strategic issues, leveraging our deep industry expertise and using analytical rigor to help them make informed decisions more quickly and solve their toughest and most critical business problems. We advise and support global companies that are leaders in their industry companies come to us because they know we offer the knowledge, insight and guidance they need to move forward with confidence. Our consultants deliver world-class and rigorous analysis, deep knowledge of their industries, and pragmatic solutions to produce practical, high-impact results – quickly. HealthCursor has engaged effectively with clients across the spectrum of business covering Healthcare organizations, Telecom companies, IT/ITES companies, venture capitalists, government bodies and industry associations. We have executed assignments in over 50 countries around the world giving us wide geographical experience which enables us to maintain a global perspective while retaining the local flavor of individual markets.
The EmpreenderSaúde is a company that encourages innovation and entrepreneurship in healthcare and supports entrepreneurs through management and networking, connecting them with peers, mentors, executives and investors through www.empreendersaude.com.br. Among its main activities are monthly events, receipt of business plans, evaluation and "feedback" to entrepreneurs. Currently, the plataform has 18 million visitors each month, more than 300 subscribers and almost 2500 people in your mailing list.
Indonesian Professionals' Association(Singapore) is a registered not-for-profit organization in Singapore with a mission to enhance networking among Indonesian professionals in Singapore and globally. IPA promotes social awareness, and collaborates with partners to contribute back to community. With 3000 and growing number of members of Indonesian professional, IPA is tapping on the potential of infinite networks. Through SOLVE Awards, IPA creates the space where change makers gather to exchange best practices, deepen networks, and spring new ideas toward eradication of poverty and social challenges in Indonesia.
Local Environment Development and Agricultural Research Society-LEDARS is a non-profit, non-political development organization working in Bangladesh since 1998. The main focus of the organization is climate change awareness and adaptation, water and sanitation, livelihood security, disaster mitigation, and gender development in an innovative way. LEDARS is registered by Social Welfare Department and NGO Affairs Bureau under Foreign Donation Regulation Ordinance Act 1978. LEDARS has membership with a vast NGO network, civil society organizations and development activists in Bangladesh and globally as well. We are the pioneers who raised the issue of Tiger Widows at a national and international level. We have also launched a River Ambulance for the Sundarbans resource user. LEDARS was among the top ten semi-finalists in the Kyoto World Water Grand Prize.
The WHCC Affordable Health Innovations program seeks to display the best global programs that are working to improve health care through unique innovations that are affordable, sustainable and scalable. We seek well-established companies and organizations that are working at scale, as well as social entrepreneurs, non-profits, academic and research institutions that are developing technologies and business models that can improve health care delivery to underserved populations. Through our poster programs and the compendium website www.whcchealthinnovations.com, we provide a year-round forum for organizations to display their innovations, allows others to comments on their innovations, and offer a multi-faceted meeting place for organizations and individuals from around the world to share ideas and network.
Red de Acceso (Access Network) is composed by citizens who are organized in order to promote and enforce the human right to health. It was founded by several associations who work on the prevention and treatment of degenerative chronic diseases in Mexico. The network seeks to impact on public policies which guarantee the access to health and a better and timely health care for the community