Dr Richard Barker, Chairman of the Board - Chairman, Stem Cells for Safer Medicine
Gary Davies, Trustee - Partner, Indigo Creative Marketing
Peter O'Driscoll, Trustee - Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
Dr Nigel Pearson, Trustee - GP and international health adviser
Andrew Russell, Trustee - Chartered Accountant
Helen Leighton, Trustee
Ian Walker, Trustee - Managing Director, Ethicon, Johnson & Johnson
Prof Raman Bedi, Member - Chairman, Global Child Dental Fund
Viscount Crispin Brentford, Member
Professor The Lord McColl, Member - Chair, Mercy Ships UK
Denis St Amour, Member - President & CEO, HPIC
Alex Harris - CEO
We are Europe's largest facilitator of product donations between healthcare companies and aid agencies. Our mission is to serve those in need by providing donated medicines and facilitating training in the skills necessary to distribute these responsibly.
The medical donations we facilitate are used for:
Founded in 2004, our operating model brings together 60 years of best practice in product donations from North America, and adapts it to European regulatory, tax and legal requirements.
IHP is a UK registered charity, a company limited by guarantee and complies with both UK corporate and charity law.
IHP is regulated and authorised by the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency in the UK (MHRA), and has a Wholesale Distribution Authorisation.
IHP is a signatory to the WHO Guidelines for Medicine Donations and the Red Cross Code of Conduct.
We are a member of PQMD (the Partnership for Quality Medical Donations) which exists to raise the standard of medical donations, promote effective donation practices and inform policy makers and the public on quality donation practices.
We are also a member of the Integral Alliance, a global alliance of 22 Christian relief and development agencies, working together to present a more effective response to poverty worldwide
In December 2011, International Health Partners was awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise in Innovation.
HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.
Respect and dignity - all people are of equal worth, which is why we place respect for others at the heart of what we do
Integrity and transparency – good stewardship of the resources we are given by our stakeholders, open decision-making and regular reporting to our supporters are essential in doing the most we can for the poor and building trust with our partners
Partnership – we do not seek to compete with, or duplicate the work of, many excellent NGOs that provide health services around the world. Rather we aim to work with them to provide resources and services that complement and enhance what they are already doing
Innovation – we believe that new models of partnership are needed to make a lasting difference in the developing world. We are always looking for ways to make the resources go further and have a greater impact
Safety and professionalism – our utmost priority is to ensure that all donated medical resource is safely and professionally handled and reaches those for whom it is intended in a timely manner
Excellence – we seek to demonstrate excellence and best practice in humanitarian response and sustainable development, in all that we do.
Faith - our Christian faith underpins all that we do. It motivates us to care for those in need, and give our best in all circumstances, as an expression of God's love. We serve the poor in health without regard for ethnic or religious background, focusing on where the need is greatest.