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The latest from the FAIRMED projects

German foreign press reports about FAIRMED

24. May

First NTD-ward opened in Nepal

20. May

Crisis in Sri Lanka escalates

12. May

UN criticism: Rights of people with disabilities neglected in Switzerland's international cooperation

07. April

Our topics

What does health for the poorest mean?

A life of poverty is often synonymous with a life of poor health. For this reason, FAIRMED strives to give the poorest people in Asia and Africa access to basic medical care and the chance of a healthy life.

Throughout, our exclusively local employees are key to our success. They know the needs of the local people, speak their language, enjoy their trust and are thus in a position to bring lasting change.

Our projects

Eight projects on two continents

All projects

Transparency

What we achieve with your help

261 448

FAIRMED directly supported this many people in 2021, and through personal exchange and interaction, helped increase their awareness of health issues.

15 402

This many people have been treated against neglected tropical diseases, including leprosy, Buruli ulcer and yaws.

3 394

The number of local qualified health workers and volunteer health workers who were trained by FAIRMED.