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Our current partner organizations include:
- Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED) provides resources, publications and advice for countries and development partners who are active in strengthening national systems for health research.
- The Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) is an independent, non-profit drug development institute that aims to develop new, improved, and field-relevant drugs for neglected diseases that afflict the very poor in developing countries.
- The Matibabu Foundation is a non-profit organization that builds health infrastructure and provides healthcare services to residents of Ugenya, a particularly impoverished community in western Kenya.
- The Molecular Biology Center (MBC) is a apolitical, non-governmental, private, non-profit research organization. The primary mission of MBC is to contribute to the sustainable development of molecular biology research in Cameroon.
- Scientists Without Borders aims to mobilize and coordinate science-based activities that improve the quality of life in the developing world. The organization is based on the idea that the research community is already promoting areas such as global health, agricultural progress, and environmental well-being, but current communication gaps restrict its power. Scientists Without Borders seeks to fill this gap by building a web portal whose cornerstone is a database that matches needs with resources.
- Seeding Labs reclaims high-quality used laboratory equipment from universities in the greater Boston area and sends it to scientists in developing countries to help them carry out first-rate scientific and biomedical research.
To join our network of partners, please e-mail us.