For three decades, we’ve helped save lives after natural and manmade disasters—delivering aid quickly and under duress.
Now, we are bringing resources to some of the most difficult health problems the world is facing today. Along with medicine and supplies, we are developing and providing proven systems of care that can be used effectively in remote clinics, mobile medical units and large hospitals—anywhere there is a need.
Diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular diseases are becoming leading causes of death in most countries. Learn how we target resources to meet this challenge.
In disaster-prone regions of the world we are pre-positioning relief aid with local partners for life-saving response within the first 72 hours. See how we prepare for the worst.
Malnutrition can have deadly consequences for children, adults and entire communities. Our nutrition programs are changing that.
The critical need for hospitals and clinics in poor countries is especially acute after a disaster. That’s why our collaborative work serves a model for restoring, building and expanding health facilities.