Delivering healthcare to the developing world is a monumental challenge.
Nearly a third of the world’s population does not have access to basic healthcare. This problem is particularly prominent in the developing world.
Our members operate all over the world, and recognize the role they can play as global citizens. With our partners, we do our part to ensure people have access to basic care, when they need it, where they need it. This includes, but is not limited to, establishing clinics, training healthcare providers, delivering clean water and maintaining the necessary infrastructure needed to deliver aid.
Our members also grant licenses to generic manufacturers in developing states allowing them to develop medicines, while controlling costs and ensuring quality standards remain in place.
Additionally, we work collaboratively with governments, humanitarian organizations, local communities and other partners to deliver lifesaving medicines and treatments to the developing world. In collaborating with Health Partners International of Canada, we have donated 11 million treatments in more than 110 countries.