The in-kind support for the survey we have been receiving from JBI, E4GDH and Digital Medic (not to mention BMJ and Lancet) has been incredible and uplifting.
Our thanks also to those organisations who have provided financial contributions, who are recognised here: https://www.hifa.org/projects/hifa-who-global-consultation-2023
They are: National Institute for Health and Care Research, Elsevier Foundation (lead sponsors) and ecancer, Instituto Antonio Vidal, International League of Dermatological Societies, Enablement, CABI and International Primary Care Respiratory Group.
We hope to be announcing a new funder in the coming days.
If YOU would like your organisation's name to be recognised as a supporter of universal access to reliable healthcare information, and to be recognised in our final report to WHO, website, and communications, it is not too late to contribute.
Similarly if you would like to make a personal donation, this will be recognised (unless you would prefer to be anonymous).
Donations can be made through our fundraising page here: https://hifa.online-donation.co.uk/consultation/~my-donation
Or you can contact me for our bank details: firstname.lastname@example.org
With thanks, Neil
HIFA profile: Neil Pakenham-Walsh is coordinator of HIFA (Healthcare Information For All), a global health community that brings all stakeholders together around the shared goal of universal access to reliable healthcare information. HIFA has 20,000 members in 180 countries, interacting in four languages and representing all parts of the global evidence ecosystem. HIFA is administered by Global Healthcare Information Network, a UK-based nonprofit in official relations with the World Health Organization. Email: email@example.com