Heal Lebanon – Consulate General of Lebanon
With the support of the Consulate General of Lebanon, HPIC will mobilize between $200,000 and $250,000 medicines to the people of Lebanon. HPIC needs to raise $60,000 to procure, store and ship these urgently-needed medicines.
Cuba COVID-19 Response
Cuba has the highest rate of coronavirus infections per capita in Latin America. The outbreak has strained the healthcare system and has pushed hospitals to the brink.
HPIC and our partners are currently assessing the needs on the ground in order to support local clinics and hospitals with essential medicines and medical supplies, particularly in Matanzas, the hardest-hit region.
On August 14, Haiti was hit by a devastating 7.2-magnitude earthquake, resulting in the deaths of over a thousand people, injuring 5,700, and displacing thousands more. HPIC is working with our local partners on the ground to assess the needs on the ground and formulate a response to support Haitian health systems.
Support our response to Haiti now.
Tigray Emergency Response
HPIC is coordinating a shipment of 40 humanitarian medical kits with 24,000 treatments to Tigray in late August, and needs to raise $40,000 urgently to procure, store and mobilize the medicines.
31st Anniversary Gala
Join our 31st Anniversary Virtual Gala to celebrate 31 years of achievements in helping improve the health of vulnerable individuals, families and communities around the world. Global health has never been more important! Make a minimum $30 donation to join.
Help patients with the gift of essential medicines all year round:
- $ 600 sponsors a Humanitarian Medical Kit which provides 600 treatments to a community in need.
- $ 750 sponsors a skid of essential medicines to HPIC’s partners around the world
Lebanon Response – ANERA/Caritas
We are currently seeking funds to send an additional shipment of up to 10 tonnes of essential supplies for the remainder of 2021 to help fill the gaps in Lebanon’s healthcare system and provide the essential medicines for the families and vulnerable communities.
More than 125 million people around the world are impacted by humanitarian emergencies – conflicts, disease outbreaks and natural disasters. HPIC works with local partners, health facilities and governments to act fast and provide essential health services for people who have lost everything. With your support we can respond faster.