WORLD HEALTH PARTNERS believes that a sustainable healthcare system must have an unwavering focus on two foundational elements: preventing onset of illnesses or ensuring simple illnesses don’t get serious. Experience across the developing world shows that this approach succeeds when communities are able to access the services within walkable distance. By adopting triaging principles, this approach also serves as the gatekeeper for secondary and tertiary care and forms a continuum of service provision.

This vision, however, is not new. It was articulated in the Alma Alta Declaration of 1978 in which the focus was on both the preventive and curative aspects of primary health delivered within easy access to communities. The absence of medical resources in underserved areas, however, resulted in the elimination of curative care and a singular focus on preventive health under the GOBI-FFF (Growth monitoring-Oral rehydration-Breast feeding-Immunisation-Female literacy-Food supplementation-Family planning) strategy.

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MISSION AND VISION

MISSION

World Health Partners (WHP) provides health and reproductive health services at scale to rural and underserved communities by enhancing the efficiency and efficacy of currently available resources. We harness the latest advances in communication, diagnostic and medical technology to establish sustainable service delivery networks that have an unwavering focus on holistic primary health.

VISION

WHP brings the benefits of modern health and reproductive health care to those most in need.

WHP Projects

Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Jharkhand & Gujarat

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GOVERNMENT-FUNDED

TB PROJECT CREATES A NEW MODEL FOR SCALE AND SUSTAINABILITY

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JEET

PRIVATE SECTOR ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVE FOR TB

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THALI

PATHWAY FOR GOVT TO LEVERAGE PRIVATE RESOURCES FOR TB TREATMENT

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ANDHRA PRADESH

E-SUB CENTER HEALTH ATM

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Testimonials

What People
Say About Us

WHP's model of empowering female entrepreneurs provides a 21st century solution to meeting health outcomes.  By supporting women’s economic empowerment – which lies at the heart of the development challenge – and harnessing the power of new technologies and partnerships,  the model promises a practical, community-centered approach with a truly sustainable impact.

Natalie Africa, United Nations Every Woman Every Child Initiative

My relationship with WHP has provided me with a source of income and continuous education through mobile technology to upgrade my knowledge.

Vandana Katiyar, World Health Partners Social Entrepreneur, India

WHP is making impressive and innovative attempts to make basic primary health services accessible to the rural communities through various technology-enabled solutions

Dr. Gordon Okomo, County Director of Health, Homa Bay, Kenya

World Health Partners 'raises the bar' on rural Indian health.

Sally Farhat Kassab, Skoll Foundation

Women and children are the ultimate beneficiaries of WHP because they gain the most when small drugshops are transformed into quality pharmacies. Why? Because in many countries, the vast majority of women and children seek healthcare in the private, informal sector and improving the quality of that care can prevent many maternal and child deaths.

Leith Greenslade, Vice Chair, MDG Health Alliance (Office of UN Special Envoy)

OUR IMPACT

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REDUCTION
50 %

in childhood pneumonia and diarrhea cases

PROVIDERS

connected 245,355 rural patients to urban doctors

INCREASE
+860 %

in registered tuberculosis patients on treatment