Partner With Us
Our partners enable us to invest more funding directly in healthcare delivery and drive innovation in the world’s most impossible places.
We work with two kinds of partners — in-kind and impact.
In-kind partners donate their products or services to build our team and keep our costs low.
Impact partners work directly with us to build a high-quality, low-cost healthcare model for the world’s poor.
We are always looking for more partners. Learn about our current partnerships below, read our FAQs to understand priority areas where partners are needed, and contact us if you’d like to join us as a partner.
We partner with ThoughtWorks to utilize an electronic health record for patient care and impact evaluation.
Brigham & Women’s
We partner with Brigham and Women’s Hospital to raise healthcare quality via talent and research.
Partners in Health
We partner with Partners in Health to improve our healthcare delivery based on their 25+ years of experience.
We partner with Dimagi to deploy their CommCare tool for population health surveillance, longitudinal care, and follow-up care.
We partner with SimPrints to integrate secure biometrics for improved patient records, tracking, and follow-up care.
We partner with Watsi to directly crowdfund low-cost, high-impact medical treatments for our patients.
We partner with Dhulikhel Hospital to train our team and build Bayalpata Hospital as a teaching hospital.
University of Washington
Our partnership with UW connects us to a leading experts in the fields of implementation science and global mental health.
We partner with Gradian Health Systems to deliver anesthesia using their Universal Anesthesia Machine.
We partner with Kangu to crowdfund safe births for pregnant mothers and improve maternal health.
We partner with SunFarmer to power rural healthcare facilities using their “rent to own” solar energy model.
We partner with D-Rev to use their innovative low-cost phototherapy device to treat jaundice in children.