Agence de Médecine Preventive (AMP)
AMP is a French nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting preventive medicine and public health worldwide. AMP collaborates with diverse public- and private-sector partners to support countries in developing sustainable and effective immunization policies and strengthening their public health infrastructure. AFG joined forces with AMP in 2011 to launch Guinea’s first Labomobil©.
Association des Mamans d’Enfants Hydrocéphales de Guinée (AMEHG)
AMEHG is a Guinean organization founded by M. Fadiga, a native Guinean whose child suffers from the condition. They provide support for the families of affected children and work on informing the public about hydrocephalus in order to destigmatize the disease. Partnership with AMEHG is an essential part of our hydrocephalus project.
CURE is an international NGO that has revolutionized the treatment of hydrocephalus in developing countries. CURE Uganda has been helping children suffering from a variety of neurological diseases for over a decade. Their expertise has been invaluable to our hydrocephalus project and they have even made it possible for AFG to provide assistance to children outside of Guinea.
EngenderHealth is a leading global reproductive health organization working to improve the quality of health care in more than 20 countries around the world. For decades, this nonprofit organization has improved the lives of men, women, and families through its work in family planning, maternal health, HIV and AIDS, gender equity, and many other programs.
MAP International is a global health organization that partners with people living in conditions of poverty to save lives and develop healthier families and communities. MAP has provided AFG with their heavily discounted Travel Packs, a program with options for ordering either pre-packed assortments and/or customized orders, all consisting of the most essential medicines and medical supplies for clinic settings within the developing world. With an extensive global procurement and logistics network, MAP is able to get hundreds of millions of dollars worth of vital medicines and critical supplies into the hands of health professionals serving people in the world’s poorest communities each year.
Medical Bridges recovers medical surplus that would otherwise be discarded and redistributes it to hospitals, clinics and healthcare providers in less fortunate countries. They have provided AFG with surgical tables and other essential pieces of equipment.