Part 2 - Rows 14-19: Please add 6 more items to the list of medium sized NGOs who could be a good partner for the organization hosting this competition: https://herox.com/billiondenturesproject
In order to manufacture and distribute one billion dentures to remote and poverty-stricken areas worldwide, the Billion Dentures Project is looking for partners in healthcare, technology and logistics. A list of medium-sized NGOs who could be good partners for the organization hosting the project is attached. All NGOs are based in the USA with operations abroad.
There is no agreed measure of classifying NGOs by size and different sources provide different indications. For the purpose of this research, a medium-sized NGO has been defined as a company, which files IRS tax statements under 501(c)(3) and has total assets recorded between 1M to 50M as per its balance sheet.
The details and contact info of each NGO has been compiled into the attached spreadsheet, which mentions the strengths and areas of focus of each organization.
Hope Worldwide (Net assets: 4.9 M)
Hope Worldwide aims to provide outpatient medical and dental care to extremely poor families based outside the United States. Through their Community Service Brigade, managed by volunteers, Hope Worldwide has provided dental and medical service to 30,000 patients since 2010. These were at zero cost to them. The organization invites dentists and other medical professionals to volunteer with them and make a difference.
Village Health Works (Net Assets: 7.3M)
Village Health Works is headquartered in New York and has operations in Burundi. The center of their activities is their campus in Kigutu and through their outreach programs they are able to take their services to 18 surrounding communities. They have through these efforts in Burundi served 200,000 adults and children is also an area of focus for them. Their goal is to build a "sustainable model of multi-sector development that can be replicated in any community."
Project Medishare for Haiti (Net Assets: 2.4M)
Project Medishare has partnered with the Haitian Government and 2 clinics in Lahoye and Marmont to make health care accessible to remote areas. In 2016, they completed 31,663 home visits in these areas and 163 mobile clinics have been set up. The project relies heavily on medical volunteers. They have worked with 9,000 Medical volunteers since 2010.
Public Health Institute (Net Assets: 12M)
The Public Health iIstitute is focused on building the capacity of public health systems in less developed regions in order to make health care accessible at a reasonable price to marginalized communities. They work with the government, the public and private sectors and academia to enable their cause. Their work with young girls has impacted n 115 million individuals in Africa, South Asia, Latin America and the United States.
Real Medicine Foundation (Net Assets: 1.4M)
Real Medicine Foundation as offices across the globe. They aim to increase accessibility to healthcare in remote and rural areas that have no prior healthcare facilities or initiatives through its Mobile Clinic Outreach program. They own their own set of vehicles, which function as mini-mobile clinics that can be taken right up to the patients. The foundation also focus on heath education.
Medic Mobile (Net Assets: 1.7M)
With 16,024 health care workers, Medic Mobile has operations in 23 countries spanning across Africa, Latin America and Asia. The aim of the organization is to provide healthcare in areas that are hard to reach, across the world. For this purpose, they have created a tool kit. This tool kit, which is deployed to all the health workers software that run on basic phones, tablets and computers, through which they are able to constantly provide training and guidance. The material is created in several languages. Medic Mobile helps partners identify areas which might require their attention and also to monitor progress and measure impact. Medic Mobile supports 31 projects in 2016.
In conclusion, the list of US based NGOs with contact details and descriptions given in the attached spreadsheet are all possible partners for The Billion Dentures Project and can aid them through their local presence to reach difficult to access areas.