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African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF]
An independent non-profit, non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose mission is to improve the health of disadvantaged people in Africa as a means for them to escape poverty and improve the quality of their lives.
AMREF (UK)
4 Grosvenor Place
London
SW1X 7HJ
tel: 020 7201 6070
fax: 020 7201 6170
AFRO-NETS
The electronic conference for the 'African Networks for Health Research & Development' (AFRO-NETS) was established in 1997 to facilitate exchange of information among different networks active in Health Research for Development in Anglophone Africa, and to facilitate collaboration in the fields of capacity building, planning, and research.
SATELLIFE
30 California Street
Watertown
MA 02472
USA
tel: +1.617.926.9400
fax: +1.617.926.1212
AIDS Care, Education and Training (International) (ACET International]
A global network of independent Christian organisations and church-based agencies, providing sexual health and drugs education, HIV & AIDS care, housing support, income generation projects, bereavement support and professional training in communities across many nations, including:
ACET International Alliance
Enquiries
PO Box 46242
London
W5 2WG
UK
tel: 020 8568 7770
Anchor Education

Supports families living in Africa and the Middle East by providing quality educational services. Anchor organises conferences in different countries for home-schoolers, providing assessment, children's programmes and parent's sessions. They also act as consultants to local and international schools and provide online consultancy for individual families.

Promoting international health and wholeness with a Christian perspective.
Ray Martin
Executive Director
1817 Rupert St
McLean
VA
22101
USA
tel: 1 703 5560123
fax: 1 703 917 4251
The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance is a new and broadly ecumenical network for international cooperation in advocacy on HIV/AIDS and global trade.
The HIV/AIDS pandemic as one of the gravest challenges to health and also 'to prospects of social and economic development and global security'. It is thus a particularly appropriate issue for churches to 'speak out on causes, prevention, treatment and consequences'.
Linda Hartke
Coordinator
150 route de Ferney
P.O. Box 2100
CH-1211 Geneva 2
Switzerland
tel: + 41 22 791 6141
fax: + 41 22 710 2387
The Emergency Multilingual phrasebook, produced and updated by the British Red Cross Society with advice and funding from the UK Department of Health and endorsed by the British Association for Emergency Medicine (BAEM) is translated into 36 languages. It covers the most common medical questions and terms to help first contact staff communicate with patients who do not speak English and make an initial assessment while an interpreter is contacted.
Enablement is operating in the field of disability and rehabilitation management and is particularly concerned with people with disabilities in lesser-developed countries. Its specific strengths lie in the areas of policy development, applied research and training in disability and development issues.
Langenhorst 36
2402 PX Alphen aan den Rijn
Netherlands
tel: 31-172-436953
fax: 31-172-244976
A network of national fellowships of Christian health professionals of all disciplines.
HCFI’s mission is to encourage member countries and HCFI staff members in their endeavour to:
i) evangelize, disciple and train healthcare personnel
ii) evangelize the sick.
iii) train and equip and disciple HCFI / HCF staff members
iv) communicate effectively with supporters
v) mobilize and train members of local churches
Baron van Nagellstraat p
3781 AP Vorthuizen
Netherlands
ICMDA unites nearly 80 national movements reaching out to Christian doctors, dentists and medical and dental students around the world. Regular conferences at regional and international level are held in selected locations, to enrich and encourage the national bodies and to stimulate the formation of new organisations.
Daryl Hackland
General Secretary
P.O. Box 154
Kloof
Kwa Zulu Natal
3640
South Africa
tel: +27 31 764 6858
fax: +27 31 764 6857
Supporting Economic Justice Campaigns Worldwide.
Getting the bigger picture on health, offering, clinical exchanges take you to study in another country as part of your course; helping you get Global Health into your curriculum – BScs, SSMs and core projects abroad with International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations debates, seminars, campaigns at your medical school

Micah Challenge UK is part of a Global Campaign, which aims to deepen our understanding of justice issues and our engagement with the poor as an integral part of our faith. We want to encourage our leaders to halve global poverty by 2015 through achieving the Millenium Development Goals.

Micah Challenge UK Coordinator
tel: +44 [0]20 7207 2135
fax: +44 [0]20 7207 2150
People In Aid are an international network of development and humanitarian assistance agencies. People In Aid helps organisations whose goal is the relief of poverty and suffering to enhance the impact they make through better people management and support. Many mission agencies are members.
Christine Mallinson
Operations Manager
Regent's Wharf
8 All Saints Street
London
N1 9RL
tel: 44 (0)20 7520 2548
PATH's mission is to improve health, especially the health of women and children. An emphasis is placed on improving the quality of reproductive health services and on preventing and reducing the impact of widespread communicable diseases. PATH identifies, develops, and applies appropriate and innovative solutions to public health problems. This is accomplished by exchanging knowledge, skills, and technologies with governmental and nongovernmental partners in developing countries and with groups in need elsewhere.
1455 NW Leary Way
Seattle
WA 98107-5136
USA
tel: +1 206 285 3500
fax: +1 206 285 6619
SATELLIFE is a leader in developing solutions to the everyday information needs of health professionals working in communities where HIV/AIDS and malaria are common place, but medical journals and the Internet are an unaffordable luxury. Through innovative applications of information and communication technology, we break down barriers to information access.
Source is an international information support centre designed to strengthen the management, use and impact of information on health and disability. It is a collaborative venture of the Centre for International Child Health, Healthlink Worldwide, and Handicap International.
Source International Information Support Centre
2nd Floor
Inst. of Child Health
30 Guildford St
London
WC1 1EH
tel: +44 [0]20 7249 9789
fax: +44 [0]20 7404 2062
This course is designed to provide an overview on epidemiology and the Internet for medical and health related students around the world. The site contains lectures on many medical topics.
Ronald E. LaPorte, Ph.D
Disease Monitoring and Telecommunications
Professor of Epidemiology
Graduate School of Public Health
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh
PA 15261
USA
Set up by Lord and Lady Swinfen in 1998, with the aim of assisting poor, sick and disabled people in the developing world. Links to hospitals/clinics in the Developing World or War Torn Areas where the doctors need to access specialist medical advice to help them give the best possible treatment to their patients. The advice is given free of charge.
Contact
Swinfen Charitable Trust
Dene House
Wingham
Canterbury
Kent
CT3 1NU
The main advocate for global action on the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It leads, strengthens and supports an expanded response aimed at preventing transmission of HIV, providing care and support, reducing the vulnerability of individuals and communities to HIV/AIDS, and alleviating the impact of the epidemic.
20, avenue Appia
CH-1211
Geneva 27
Switzerland
tel: +41.22.791.3666
fax: +41.22.791.4187
Responds to the need for professional training overseas, working with the leaders of healthcare training institutions in the Tropics to enable them to reach their goals. Seeks to establish links between such instititutions and their counterparts in the UK, developing capacity and skills so that progress and training can be sustained.
24 Eversholt Street
London
NW1 1AD
tel: 020 7679 8127/8/9
fax: 020 7679 8190/1
The UK Consortium on AIDS and international development (formerly the UK NGO AIDS Consortium) is a group of more than 60 UK based organisations who work together to understand and develop effective approaches to the problems created by the HIV epidemic in developing countries. It enables each agency to bring its own experience to be shared and used to help all the members improve their responses to the epidemic, through:
Consortium Secretariat, Coordinator or Communication Officer
New City Cloisters
196 Old Street
London
EC1V 9FR
tel: 020 7251 6201
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