Networks and partners

FAIRMED’s work is supported by partners and institutional donors. We work closely alongside local authorities, health ministries and communities.


FAIRMED participates in networks of non-governmental organisations and pursues a regular exchange of information on health issues.


SDDC - Swiss Disability and Development Consortium

The SDDC is a consortium of CBM, FAIRMED, Handicap International and the International Disability Alliance.


Medicus Mundi

Medicus Mundi is a network of non-governmental organizations that share knowledge and experience.


Swiss Alliance against Neglected Tropical Diseases (SANTD)

12 Swiss NGOs, educational and research institutes and pharmaceutical companies have united to fight against neglected tropical diseases.



The International Association of Anti-Leprosy Organizations (ILEP) was launched to improve the coordination of the work of a range of leprosy relief organizations.



The International Disability and Development Consortium is committed to ensuring that development projects take into account the needs of people with disabilities.


Neglected Tropical Disease NGDO Network (NNN)

A network of NGOs fighting neglected tropical diseases.

London Declaration

London Declaration on NTDs

The London Declaration on NTDs is an association of governmental and non-governmental organizations, as well as numerous pharmaceutical companies.



The «Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health» alliance aims to improve maternal and child health.


Emmaus Swiss

Emmaus Swiss is a solidarity-based movement, which is actively working against poverty and exclusion.

Zero Leprosy

Global Partnership for Zero Leprosy

A coalition of government and private stakeholders working together to fight leprosy.

Institutional patrons

Fondation Philanthropique Famille Sandoz

City of Zurich

Lottery Fund of the Canton of Berne

Migros Aid Fund

Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation


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