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Antimicrobial Awareness Week: Responsible Use of Antibiotics

November 19, 2021

Antimicrobial resistance is a complicated issue. While it is one of the biggest threats to global health, antibiotics are also necessary in many cases. Our role is to provide medical relief, and antibiotics are among the most requested medicines we get. There is no doubt about the immediate effectiveness of these drugs, especially during times… Continue reading Antimicrobial Awareness Week: Responsible Use of Antibiotics

President’s Update: Thank you for walking with us in 2020

January 19, 2021

The health and hope movement that started in 1990 continues to remain vibrant. Our partners and donors are the reason HPIC can continue to work in vulnerable communities around the world. Together, we are making a difference. Thank you.

Health Outreach, Prevention and Education = Hope for Ghana

September 15, 2020

Anaane is a mother of three and lives in a rural community in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Where Anaane lives, it is very difficult to access health services for her and her family and that is why HPIC launched the H.O.P.E. (Health Outreach, Prevention and Education) project in 2019 to assist families like… Continue reading Health Outreach, Prevention and Education = Hope for Ghana

Kenya Receives International Aid in a Time of Crisis

August 1, 2020

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the world was not prepared. As a lower-middle income country, Kenya required immediate assistance and HPIC wasted no time in reaching out to its project partners to identify the urgent needs. HPIC partnered with the Anglican Development Services (ADS) who quickly developed a plan that would provide front line healthcare… Continue reading Kenya Receives International Aid in a Time of Crisis

How Did HPIC Improve The Pharmaceutical Supply Chain?

July 1, 2020

This online version of our infographic in the online issuu format shows how HPIC improved Afghanistan’s pharmaceutical supply chain through its Capacity Building and Access to Medicine project. PDF version: HPIC Infographic Strengthening Health Systems

Pharmaceutical Management Database Project Advancing With Stronger Together Funding

July 1, 2020

Pharmacies in hospitals and clinics in the developing world often have trouble keeping essential medicines in stock. For 25 years, Health Partners International of Canada (HPIC) has worked to increase access to medicine for the most vulnerable communities in the world, mainly through the provision of medical relief. “HPIC’s new project will help medical staff… Continue reading Pharmaceutical Management Database Project Advancing With Stronger Together Funding

Zero Malaria Starts With HPIC

July 1, 2020

Ndeogma is 40 years old and lives in a rural community in Northern Ghana. For the past two years, she has been raising her four children by herself after her husband left them and never returned. Being a single parent is an everyday struggle and even more challenging when her children get sick. For Ndeogma… Continue reading Zero Malaria Starts With HPIC

How Do You Spell Hope In The Dominican Republic? Canada.

July 1, 2020

Canada is the name of the street where partner agency ADESJO has an office in San Jose de Ocoa in the Dominican Republic. For the past 7 years, ADESJO and Canadian partner HOPE International Development Agency have been working with Health Partners International of Canada to increase access to medicine for the most vulnerable people… Continue reading How Do You Spell Hope In The Dominican Republic? Canada.

Team Makes It Through Sand And Soaring Temperatures To Deliver Care And Medicines

July 1, 2020

The town of Yola in northeastern Nigeria has become a temporary home to hundreds of thousands of Nigerians who are living like refugees in their own country. Their situation is not well known although many people know about the school girls who were kidnapped from their classrooms, another incident that happened during this conflict. There… Continue reading Team Makes It Through Sand And Soaring Temperatures To Deliver Care And Medicines