NGO partners IHP works with the organisations below to deliver healthcare products into vulnerable and disaster-hit communities. Click here to find out how to become an NGO partner. This is the NGO summary I created - can we create tiles which have logo and summary? Action Medeor Founded in 1964, German-based Action Medeor is today the largest medical aid organisation in Europe. Based in Tönisvorst near the Dutch border, it works to improve the medical situation of people living in countries where they cannot easily access medicine and healthcare. Anera American Near East Refugee Aid (Anera) was established in 1968 to support refugees and vulnerable communities in Palestine and Lebanon. As well as delivering humanitarian aid during emergencies, Anera responds to the longer-term needs of marginalised people. Its programmes focus on healthcare, education, agriculture and livelihood. By helping people meet fundamental needs, Anera sees its work as essential to peace in the Middle East. Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation (BHHF) BHHF, headquartered in Sweden, has provided humanitarian aid since 1999. It began as a family-run operation and is now a global NGO, connecting volunteers and partners around the world. It offers short-term and long-term help to refugees; those caught up in natural disasters, wars and famines; cancer patients; and those facing poverty. Food for the Poor (FFTP) FFTP is an international relief and development agency based in Florida, US. Founded in 1982, it operates in 17 countries across the Caribbean and Latin America. As an NGO, it helps individuals and families in need by providing emergency relief (food, water, housing and healthcare) in times of crisis. It also helps to create micro-enterprise projects and education opportunities. Health and Hope Health and Hope is an international partnership between a UK fundraising partner and an implementation partner, based in Myanmar. Together, they work to help remote, impoverished communities by envisioning and empowering them to thrive through self-development. Currently, Health and Hope delivers programmes in Chin and Rakhine states, focusing on health, education and food security. Inter Care Inter Care sends high-quality medical aid to rural health units in sub-Saharan Africa. Based in the UK, this charity supports some 130 health centres in five countries, ranging from large district hospitals to small dispensaries. International Medical Corps (IMC) IMC was established in 1984 by a group of volunteer doctors and nurses. Today, it is a humanitarian aid organisation dedicated to saving lives and providing relief to those in need, offering healthcare training, development programmes and emergency relief. Life for African Mothers (LFAM) This small Cardiff-based charity works to reduce the number of women that die in pregnancy and childbirth in sub-Saharan Africa. LFAM helps to save many lives by providing medications to treat complications from this condition. Through its maternal mortality programme in hospitals and health centres across Africa, it dispenses medicines including magnesium sulphate and misoprostol to prevent post-partum haemorrhage. Tearfund Belgium During 2018 we were supported by Tearfund Belgium in a one-year programme responding to the crisis in South Sudan. This enabled us to supply 400,000 treatments of essential medicines and medical supplies across five states (Central Equatorial, Jonglei, Upper Nile, West-Bahr-El-Ghazal, Unity) and supported a range of primary, secondary and mobile healthcare facilities. The Mukwege Foundation We have recently partnered with The Mukwege Foundation, which works to end wartime sexual violence. [Give details of the nature of help IHP will offer TMF] In Bukavu, east Congo, Dr Denis Mukwege and his team at Panzi Hospital have pioneered a holistic approach, giving survivors of sexual violence in conflict access to medical, psychological, legal and socio-economic support in one place. More than half of the 450 beds at Panzi Hospital are for survivors of sexual violence and women who need complex gynaecological care. More than 50,000 survivors have received treatment at Panzi over the last 20 years. Currently, the hospital has around 370 staff who conduct 18,000 annual consultations. It also runs rural outreach clinics, serving a population of 400,000. The Mukwege Foundation supports members of Panzi’s medical team, including surgeons and psychologists, to share their world-leading expertise with colleagues in other regions affected by conflict (such as Guinea, Central African Republic and Rwanda). TLM TLM (‘Their Lives Matter’ or ‘Tumaini la Maisha’, meaning ‘hope for life’) is dedicated to caring for children with cancer and their families, and provides both clinical and non-clinical supportive services. In particular, it works within the national health framework of Tanzania to provide continuing medical education for local professionals, implement programmes (medical and psychosocial) that deliver top quality care, and extend outreach until all children with cancer in Tanzania are reached. TLM helped to establish the first paediatric oncology services in Tanzania. In collaboration with the government-run national hospital in Dar es Salaam, TLM has also created a specialist treatment unit for children with cancer. It is working with other clinics and hospitals across the country to build a network of referral and treatment services. World Hope International (WHI) WHI is a US-based Christian relief and development organisation. It works with vulnerable and exploited communities to alleviate poverty, suffering and injustice in countries including Haiti and Sierra Leone. World Relief World Relief is a global humanitarian organisation that seeks to provide relief from suffering caused by violence, poverty and injustice. Founded in 1944 as the humanitarian arm of the National Association of Evangelicals, World Relief works to offer relief in situations of poverty, disease, hunger, war, disasters and persecution.