Partners and networks
Partners and networks
The work undertaken by FAIRMED is supported by cooperating partners and sponsoring institutions. FAIRMED works closely with local governments, ministries of health, and communities.
FAIRMED works together with the following partners:
The Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute works in the fields of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of tropical diseases.
The World Health Organization coordinates the health-related topics of the United Nations. It also provides technical advice and scientific information.
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) manages the international development cooperation of Switzerland.
The Novartis Foundation donates medicines for the treatment of leprosy and contributes to the fight against neglected tropical diseases.
Since 1950, the High Commissioner for Refugees of the United Nations has been active worldwide on behalf of refugees.
Medicor Foundation contributes to the sustainable improvement of the wellbeing and empowerment of vulnerable and disadvantaged people.
Fondation Follereau Luxembourg
Fondation Follereau Luxembourg (FFL) fights against leprosy, lack of education and poverty.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs aims to strengthen the UN's response to complex emergencies.
FAIRMED participates in networks of non-governmental organizations and engages in a continuous exchange of information on how to promote health and alleviate poverty.
Medicus Mundi is a network of non-governmental organizations that share knowledge and experience.
The International Association of Anti-Leprosy Organizations (ILEP) was launched to improve the coordination of the work of a range of leprosy relief organizations.
Swiss Alliance against Neglected Tropical Disease (SANTD)
12 Swiss NGOs, educational and research institutes and pharmaceutical companies have united to fight against neglected tropical diseases.
Neglected Tropical Disease NGDO Network (NNN)
A network of non-governmental organizations fighting against neglected tropical diseases.
The International Disability and Development Consortium is committed to ensuring that development projects take into account the needs of people with disabilities.
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 (PMNCH) is a multi-constituency partnership hosted by the WHO.
Swiss Water Partnership
The SWP aims to strengthen the international profile of the Swiss water sector and to create synergies between its members' activities.
Emmaus Swiss is a solidarity-based movement, which is actively working against poverty and exclusion.
FAIRMED is supported by patrons, foundations and lottery funds. Here, we would like to make special mention of donors that have supported us in the current or last year. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of the donors who would like to remain anonymous.
The Symphasis Foundation supports and encourages social, charitable, ecological, cultural, and other philanthropic projects.
Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation
The Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation supports projects in the fields of culture, education, humanitarian aid and medical research.
The Lotteriefonds Berne promotes and supports a diverse range of nonprofit projects.
Dr. Erwin Lauper Stiftung, Gemeinde Arlesheim, Lotteriefonds Kanton Glarus, Lotteriefonds Kanton Schwyz, Lotteriefonds Kanton Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Lotteriefonds Kanton Thurgau, Lotteriefonds St. Gallen, Glückskette, Däster-Schild Stiftung, Stiftung Drittes Millennium, Stadt Rapperswil-Jona, Christian Bachschuster-Stiftung, Fondation Dutmala, Von Duhn-Stiftung, Getrud von Haller-Stiftung