Increasing access to medicine and improving health in the developing world are the broad objectives of all our projects.
Focus on Mother-Child Health
Focusing on the health of women and children is the way to make lasting change. HPIC has several projects to keep mothers and young children healthy.
Physician Travel Pack
The Physician Travel Pack is stocked with essential medicines and medical supplies donated by Canadian healthcare companies. These mobile medical kits are carried by healthcare workers all over the developing world. Each one provides up to 600 treatments.
When natural disaster strikes or conflict emerges in the developing world, HPIC works with its extensive network to move needed medicines and supplies to trusted partners on the ground.
Community Health Projects
HPIC has partnership agreements with Canadian and international organizations to advance the cause of health through sustainable projects in the developing world.
Greater and more equitable access to medicines begins with having the right systems and tools in place to receive, store, manage and distribute essential medicines. HPIC has projects to help upgrade systems and train personnel in Pharmaceutical Management best practices.
Afghanistan project (CBAM)
HPIC’s project in Afghanistan is funded by the Canadian International Development Agency and the daily management is handled by an all-Afghan team based in HPIC’s first field office in Kabul. The project is in partnership with the Afghan Ministry of Public Health.