Delivering medicine to the most vulnerable
The World Health Organization estimates that one-third of the developing world’s people are unable to receive or purchase essential medicines on a regular basis. Over the last 10 years, our Medical Donations Program has deployed more than $2 billion worth of medicines, health commodities, and medical supplies to trusted local healthcare partners in 120 countries.
Regions served include: Latin America, Caribbean, Africa, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia
- $703,729,464 million worth of products and medications were distributed worldwide
- 2,465 pallets and containers were shipped to 35 countries
- 114 consignees (donation recipients) distributed CMMB medical donations outside of the United States in coordination with Ministries of Health and local health systems
- 63 donors including pharmaceutical and medical supply manufacturers, NGO partners, hospitals, and individuals
Cost is among the first barriers for children, women, and communities in the countries we serve. In partnership with leading pharmaceutical companies and trusted local partners on the ground, we are delivering medicine to the most vulnerable people in the world. The need to improve the availability of affordable medicine to the world’s poor is well known and an important part of our goal to support healthier lives worldwide.
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