Supporting Organisations- CHIFA (child health and rights)

The following organisations have declared their support for the CHIFA vision: a world where every person and every child has access to the information they need to protect their own health and the health of children for whom they are responsible. If your organisation supports this vision, please contact the HIFA Coordinator, Neil Pakenham-Walsh (neil@hifa.org). Supporting organisations are under no obligation to provide financial support although some organisations choose to do so.

Logo Supporting organisationsort descending Country
Abiye Maternal and Child Health International Foundation Nigeria
Action for Global Health UK United Kingdom
Alder Hey Children's NHS Trust United Kingdom
American Academy of Pediatrics United States
Children for Health United Kingdom
Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN) United States
Enablement Netherlands
Evidence-based Networks Ltd (EBN) United Kingdom
FLACSO Argentina Argentina
Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research Switzerland
Global Child Development Group Jamaica
Global Health Media Project United States
Group B Strep International United States
Hesperian Health Guides United States
Institute of Applied Health Research, Birmingham UK United Kingdom
International Child Health Group (ICHG) United Kingdom
International Primary Care Respiratory Group United Kingdom
International Society for Social Paediatrics and Child Health (ISSOP) Switzerland
Japanese Society for Social Medicine Japan
Maternal & Childhealth Advocacy International United Kingdom
Medical Training Services Switzerland
Meningitis Research Foundation United Kingdom
mPowering Frontline Health Workers United States
Neonatal Nurses Association of Southern Africa (NNASA) South Africa
Nurses International United States
Perinatal Care Project Bangladesh
Project Concern International United States
Rural Women Centre for Education and Development (RuWCED) Cameroon
Sangath India
South Sudan Medical Journal South Sudan
Spyros Doxiadis Unit for Children Greece
Sustainable Healthcare Education Network United Kingdom
The MARCH Centre United Kingdom
UNAPSA Ivory Coast
Vienna Vaccine Safety Initiative Austria