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About our partners, donors, and collaborators

Empower works together with various partners and organizations across the globe. This helps bring in a diverse range of talent and resources for better exchange among healthcare professionals. This also helps to transform lives and provide better healthcare for all.

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is an Indian government ministry responsible for health policy in the country. It is also responsible for all government programs related to family planning in India.

The Ministry of Health is a government ministry of Tanzania with a mission to facilitate the provision of basic health services that are of good quality, equitable, accessible, affordable, sustainable, and gender sensitive.

Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) is responsible for protecting public and animal health by ensuring that medicines and medical devices are safe, effective, and of good quality through the enforcement of adherence to standards by manufacturers and distributors.

The Ministry of Health, Ghana works to improve the health status of all the people living in Ghana, thereby contributing to the government’s vision of universal health coverage and a healthy population.

The World Bank Group is one of the world’s largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries. It aims to reduce poverty, increase shared prosperity, and promote sustainable development with its five institutions.

The United Nations' global development network promotes technical and investment cooperation among nations and advocates for change. It connects countries for knowledge, experience, and resources to help people build better lives.

This is the United Nations agency for sexual and reproductive health. UNFPA's mission is to work for a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled.

UNAIDS is leading the global effort to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East is a UN agency that supports the relief and human development of Palestinian refugees.

The World Health Organization is an agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health. The WHO Constitution, which establishes the agency's governing structure and principles, states its main objective as 'the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health.'

The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) is an autonomous body within the United Nations that was established in 1965 pursuant to a UN General Assembly resolution with the purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the UN through appropriate training and research. UNITAR’s mission is to develop the individual, institutional, and organizational capacities of countries and other United Nations stakeholders through high-quality learning solutions and related knowledge products and services to enhance decision-making and support country-level action for overcoming global challenges.

Kent State University is a public research university in Kent, Ohio in the US. The university also includes seven regional campuses in Northeast Ohio and additional facilities in the region and internationally.

INSEAD is a non-profit, private university with schools in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North America. As one of the world's leading and largest graduate business schools, INSEAD offers participants a truly global educational experience.

Njala University (or simply Njala, as it is fondly called) has had a rich history since its establishment in 1964 as a university college based on the model of the American Land Grant University. Since then, it has developed into one of the leading universities in the country.

MUHAS has a mission to provide quality training, research, and services in health and related fields for the attainment of equitable socioeconomic development for the Tanzanian community and beyond.

The University of Juba is a public university located in Juba, South Sudan. It was founded in 1975 in response to the need for higher education in southern areas of Sudan. Due to the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983 to 2005), the university relocated to Khartoum for the safety of staff, students, and infrastructure.

The Harare Institute of Public Health (HIPH) is a center of excellence in training healthcare professionals in public health research and information dissemination.

Kathmandu University (KU) is an autonomous, not-for-profit, self-funding public institution established by an Act of Parliament in December 1991. It is an institution of higher learning dedicated to maintaining the standard of academic excellence in various classical and professional disciplines.

The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) was established in 1961 as a joint Ghana Government/United Nations (UN) special fund project. It is a Center of Excellence for enhancing the capability of middle and top-level executives in the public and private sectors, as well as non-governmental organizations (NGOs), both in Ghana and other countries.

The University of Zambia (UNZA) is an eminent university driven by the pursuit of knowledge, innovation, and social responsiveness. It aims to provide relevant, innovative, and demand-driven higher education for socio-economic development.

The University of Nairobi Enterprises and Services (UNES), hereafter referred to as UNES, is the consulting and commercial arm of the University of Nairobi charged with the financial management responsibility of this training and consulting project under this agreement. The School of Pharmacy, University of Nairobi, is one of the schools at the College of Health Sciences, Kenyatta National Hospital Campus.

The University of Dar es Salaam Business School (UDBS) seeks to become a world-class business school that is responsive to development needs through innovation, knowledge creation, and application in the areas of entrepreneurship, business management, and governance.

The East, Central & Southern Africa College of Nursing (ECSACON) was established in 1990 as an executing arm of the then Commonwealth Regional Health Community Secretariat for East, Central & Southern Africa (CRHCS-ECSA) in the area of nursing and midwifery. The Arusha-based CRHC-ECSA secretariat, which is now referred to as the ECSA Health Community (ECSA HC), brings together 14 regional states of Africa.

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is a university located in Kumasi, Ghana. The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is the only public university established in the country as well as the largest university in the Kumasi Metropolis. In November 2019, KNUST was ranked as the best university in Ghana and West Africa by U.S. News & World Report. It was also ranked 14th in Africa and 706th in the world, with a global score of 42.4. In November 2020, it was ranked the best for the second time by U.S. News & World Report. This time it climbed two positions to be the 12th best in Africa.

The Ghana College of Pharmacists was established by sections 84 to 113 of Act 833, 2011. The Mandate of the College is to: Promote specialist training in pharmacy, and related disciplines; Promote continuous professional development in pharmacy and related disciplines; Promote research in pharmaceutical practice and related disciplines; and Contribute to the formulation of policies on sound health, medicines and public health general.

Plasma University is a private, non-profit, leading higher education institution that is committed to providing an excellent university education that enables learners from all backgrounds to become enterprising citizens and responsible leaders, while also promoting economic and social prosperity for the communities it serves. PU comprises five large academic units named colleges and one postgraduate school.

This is a partnership designed to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria as epidemics. As an international organization, the Global Fund mobilizes and invests more than $4 billion per year to support programs run by local experts in more than 100 countries.

USAID is an independent agency of the United States federal government that is primarily responsible for administering civilian foreign aid and development assistance.

ADB is a regional development bank established on December 19, 1966, with its headquarters in the Ortigas Center in the city of Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines. The company also has 31 field offices around the world to promote social and economic development in Asia.

UK Aid Direct is a £150 million program that is currently changing the lives of over four million of the world’s poorest people with aid from the UK Government.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people's health and giving them the chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty.

The Churches Health Association of Zambia (CHAZ) was formed in 1970 by Catholic and Protestant church health institutions. The Association is the largest non-government health provider in Zambia.

Cordaid is a global, value-based emergency relief and development organization that works in and on fragility. They support people in poverty and conflict in their struggle to move beyond survival and to fully participate in equitable and resilient societies.

CARE is a major international humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects. Founded in 1945, CARE is a non-sectarian, impartial, and non-governmental organization focused on poverty issues.

Chemonics International, Inc. is a private international development firm based in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1975 as a consulting firm with a network of specialists in more than 70 countries.

Marie Stopes enables women to take control of their lives and manage their health, their families, and their futures. Much of the work focuses on poor and vulnerable women and young people with little access to reproductive healthcare and those caught up in humanitarian crises.

Alliance India is a non-governmental organization operating in partnership with civil society, the government, and communities to support sustained responses to HIV in India that protect rights and improve health.

PEOPLE THAT DELIVER (PTD) envisions a world where health supply chain workforces are empowered and equipped to optimize health outcomes by improving access to health commodities. The major goal is to create a supply chain workforce that is deployed across the public and private sectors within the health system.

The India Health Fund (IHF) is a collaborative initiative to leverage the power of collective impact and to catalyze India’s fight against infectious diseases, including tuberculosis, COVID-19, malaria, and vector-borne diseases. IHF was founded in 2013 and is named "Confluence for Health Action and Transformation Foundation (CHATF)." Tata Trusts is funding it, with strategic support from the Global Fund.

Save the Children is India's leading independent child rights NGO, operating in 18 states. Beginning its journey in 2008 in India, this organization has transformed the lives of over 10 million children since its establishment.

The Pharmaceutical Society of Rwanda (PSR)is committed to being a vibrant, self-sustaining organization that will protect the community's professional image, improve socio-economic welfare, and promote the interests of community pharmacists through effective representation, capacity building, and lead in the delivery of high-quality care services to the population.

ASLM is an independent, international, not-for-profit organization founded in March 2011 in Addis Ababa that coordinates, galvanizes, and mobilizes relevant stakeholders at the local, national, and international levels to improve local access to world-class diagnostic services and ensure healthy African communities now and in the long term.

The Rwanda National Pharmacy Council (NPC) is an independent statutory organization accountable for the regulation of pharmacy professionals. The NPC is responsible for ensuring that the rules, honor, and dignity of the pharmacy profession are complied with and for ensuring the protection of public health academic programs.

The PSSL is a non-profit, professional organization of pharmacy professionals that does not only seek the welfare of its members but also contributes to the body of knowledge and promotes pharmacy education. PSSL is currently responsible for the coordination and conduct of continuous professional development as part of its mandate to position the pharmacy profession in the emerging world.

CILT Tanzania was established in 2007 and has created a solid growth model based on regional development. Passionate about education and member services. CILT strives to strengthen, enhance, and share best practices and learning within the global family and to encourage participation and advancement at all levels.

HeSMA-Kenya was founded through the collaborative efforts of individual health managers and representatives of training organizations and healthcare providers. The association was launched in May 2013. HeSMA continues to transcend organizational and geographical boundaries to respond to the ever-changing dynamic needs of health systems managers in their professional and academic growth and development.

The African Pharmaceutical Network (APN) is a not-for-profit initiative designed to bring together players in the African pharmaceutical sector for knowledge sharing, policy shaping, and innovation, nurturing discussions towards a robust pharmaceutical sector anchored on reliable access to safe, efficacious, and affordable quality medicines for the African people.

The Africa Resource Centre (ARC) aims to improve the availability of medicines and health products in Africa by building more efficient and effective supply chain systems.

The Pharmacists Council of Zimbabwe (PCZ) regulates the practice of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, optometrists, dispensing opticians, and hearing aid specialists in Zimbabwe.

TAWOPHA is a non-profit organization established in 2008 with the aim of maintaining and advocating for the highest professional standards and ethics in the interest of its members and the general public at large. The main mission is to contribute to the improvement of Tanzanian public health through the promotion of good pharmacy practices.

The Pharmaceutical Society of Malawi (PHASOM) is a not-for-profit group of pharmacy professionals that is registered with the registrar of companies in Malawi and operates under multiple objectives.

The Pharmaceutical Society of Zambia (PSZ) is a non-political and non-religious professional body that serves to represent the interests of Zambian pharmacists and pharmacy technologists.

This society works hand-in-hand with its local and other regulatory bodies to ensure these objectives are upheld, thus ensuring the good health of the nation through quality service provision.

The African Pharmaceutical Forum (APF) is the FIP's sixth regional forum of national pharmaceutical organizations in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO) African regional office. The forum was founded in May 2004 in the Harare, capital of Zimbabwe.

The Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) is a representative organization that was formed to enable pharmacists to employ their professional expertise in the care of patients. Since its formation, PSK has continued to promote a common standard for professional conduct and a code of ethics for its members, as well as advocate for the welfare of pharmacists.

EPN is a Christian non-profit organization comprising 131 healthcare providers and professionals. The majority of our members are Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) that provide healthcare to communities in the most marginalized and remote areas where national government health services are limited. Over time, our network has grown to a total of 131 members in 38 countries: 31 Christian Health Associations (CHAs), 22 health systems strengthening organizations, 17 Church Health Institutions (CHIs), 18 drug supply companies, and 43 individuals. More than 300 million people rely on the health care provided by our network.