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.

Nepal Government

Nepal’s Ministry of Health and Population provides land, buildings, drugs, and human resources.

Direct Relief

Direct Relief provides critical rebuilding supplies, equipment, and medicines through reliable and cost-effective channels.

Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific provides in-kind international flights for our team to travel from the U.S. to Nepal.


Merck’s Fellowship for Global Health selects two fellows every year to work at our hospital hubs to improve operations and procurement processes.


DHL provides discounts on shipping for critical medical supplies and equipment only available in the U.S.


AppNexus provides in-kind digital advertising to increase visibility of and interest in our work.


Asana provides its product so we can execute everything from getting patients care to organizing meetings.

SIGN Fracture International

SIGN provides orthopedic kits and training tools for our medical team to perform complex orthopedic surgeries.

Bamboo HR

BambooHR provides a discounted product so we can attract great talent and organize our global team.


Google provides the back-end business infrastructure platform we use across the team.


Abbott provides an iStat laboratory machine and cartridges to improve our ability to diagnose disease.

QBC Diagnostics

QBC provides diagnostic machines to improve our laboratory services and ability to diagnose disease.



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