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Donations are payable to the Global Healthcare Information Network, the non-profit organisation that administers HIFA. Your donation will be used directly to support HIFA activities. If you would like your donation to be used for a specific aspect of HIFA, please let us know. Every little helps towards our goal.
People who make personal donations (of any amount) may choose to (a) have their names included on our public list of personal donors, or (b) remain anonymous.
With your help, we will achieve the HIFA vision: a world where every person will have access to the healthcare information they need to protect their own health and the health of others.
Thank you for your support.
Dr Neil Pakenham-Walsh, Coordinator
On behalf of the Global Healthcare Information Network and the HIFA Steering Group.
Please contact us if you require further information.
HIFA would like to thank all those who have made anonymous donations and also the following individuals who have agreed to be recognised here (dates of donations in brackets):
Trottie Kirwan (2018)
Hugh Goyder (2018)
Lorna Brunskill (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
Brigid Avison and David Cannell (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
Annemarie Taylor and Declan O'Hara (2017, 2018)
Bryan Pearson (2013, 2015, 2016, 2017)
Arlene G. Cohen (2017)
Eileen McGuinn (2016)
Deborah Jackson (2014, 2015)
Julie N Reza (2010, 2014)
Justus Krabshuis (2011, 2012, 2013)
Anne Radl (2013)
Pamela and Paul Sieving (2013)
Raanan Gillon (2012)
Janet Martin (2012)
Anne Prost (2012)
Sue Corbett (2011)
Robert Hughes (2011)
Dan Mayer (2011)
Wendie Norris (2011)
Barbara Stancliffe (2010)
Matt Stancliffe Bird (2010).
Can you help HIFA to achieve our ambitious work plan for 2018?
We need £60,000. To date (June 2018) we have raised £36,160 from 36 organisations - including the British Medical Association (lead funder), World Health Organization, George Institute for Global Health (University of Oxford), The Lancet, Special Programme for Research and Training on Tropical Diseases, Every Newborn Action Plan, International Child Health Group, Joanna Briggs Institute, and Public Health England - and 10 individual HIFA members and supporters.
You can choose whether your donation is unrestricted or restricted to a specific budget area or specific activity (see, for example, our 12 HIFA Projects).
£1000 will support a 6-week thematic discussion on a priority global health issue among our 18,000 health professionals worldwide (current and past sponsors include WHO, TDR, The Lancet, Public Health England, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine...)
£100 will support our HIFA Country Representative programme (supporting 200 country reps in 90 countries) for a month
£10 will enable at least five vital communications to be disseminated among our 18,000 members worldwide.