Partner Efforts & Resources for Community Leaders
A significant part of the Clinton Foundation’s work is collaborating with strategic partners to develop and implement programs that improve public health. Members of the Foundation community and Clinton Global Initiative Action Network are mobilizing to support the immediate response and recovery of those affected by COVID-19. Keep reading for information on their work and how you can help support their efforts.
The Afya Foundation's mission is to improve global health by rescuing surplus medical supplies and delivering them to underserved health systems around the world. Afya is mobilizing to deliver vital supplies during the crisis.
Airlink is working with nonprofit partners and several airlines to support response efforts by arranging transport of supplies, facilitate collaborative programming and procurement, and foster information sharing.
Americares is using every resource to fight the COVID-19 pandemic from critical supplies to education, training, and other support for its staff and partners here at home and around the world. We work with a dedicated and experienced staff, and a global network of health care partners, corporate partners, and donors.
Clean the World Foundation is sending millions of bars of soap and other critical hygiene supplies to vulnerable and at-risk communities throughout the United States and around the world.
Direct Relief is coordinating with public health authorities, nonprofit organizations, and businesses in the U.S., China and globally to provide personal protective equipment and essential medical items to health workers responding to COVID-19. In the U.S., Direct Relief is delivering protective masks — along with exam gloves and isolation gowns — to health care organizations in areas with confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Good360 shipped protective gear — including face shields, gloves, gowns, head covers, masks, respirators, and shoe covers — to Project Hope and Red Cross of China through the generous support of The UPS Foundation. They are actively communicating with over 400 donors and 90,000 nonprofits to provide up-to-date information. Additionally, they are collecting product donations from corporations for NGOs in need.
Working with the World Health Organization, International Medical Corps is leveraging its relationships with local and national ministries of health globally to provide expertise, equipment, training, and triage and treatment services. International Medical Corps has designed a multi-pronged approach that includes (1) Training and Capacity Building to Protect Frontline Health Workers and Staff; (2) Pre-positioning and Deploying Medicines and Supplies, including Personal Protective Equipment; (3) Deployment of Screening and Triage Stations, and Case Management; (4) Community Outreach and Engagement; and (5) Epidemic Response Team.
IsraAID sent a shipment of emergency medical supplies and protective gear to the Chinese Ministry of Health on the last flight from Tel Aviv to mainland China in partnership with the Israel-China Chamber of Commerce, INNONATION, and David Ashkenazi of ICCB Capital. In their 14 active missions worldwide, IsraAID is developing specific programming for each local community, including hygiene promotion and health education programs.
Paul Weiss, LLP, created a clearinghouse of the most up-to-date information about available city, state, federal and nonprofit resources available to those contending with #COVID19 health and economic impacts.
World Central Kitchen is working with partners to safely distribute individually packaged fresh meals in communities that need support, for families to pick up and take home. This includes New York City, Washington D.C., Little Rock (through the Clinton Presidential Center), Los Angeles, and Oakland. They are also mapping feeding efforts across the country and setting up community kitchens with restaurants that will offer families affordable or free meals.
World Hope International is working with other disaster relief partners to develop innovative means to support quarantined victims and their families. As they increase their presence overseas, they are utilizing their technical experience to create a plan that will protect vulnerable communities, anticipate outbreaks in health hotspots, establish preventative measures, and work side-by-side in those communities where the organization has longstanding relationships to reinforce prevention methods and understanding of COVID-19. With the launch of their web-based platform Get-Support, they are able to provide faith-based and community organizations with the ability to respond to the needs of those who are in isolation and quarantine.