Did you know?
When IMA launched in 1960, its primary mission was to procure medicines and supplies and to distribute them to needy clinics around the world.
Today, IMA has grown to become one of the most respected and efficient international health care organizations, managing complex programs to fight disease and meet the health care needs of vulnerable and marginalized people.
Whether responding to a natural disaster or the health needs of a war-torn population, IMA's programs focus on improving the accessibility and quality of health care among people who need it most.
Provide Medicines and Supplies
Staying true to our roots, IMA continues to send essential medicines and supplies all over the globe where they are needed most. GO>>
Preventable and treatable diseases affect millions of people every year. IMA's programs target specific diseases that plague the developing world to reduce and, hopefully one day, eradicate them. GO>>
IMA strives to develop sustainable health care programs that will continue to succeed long after our involvement ends. Through training, IMA is a key player in building the capacity of workers and hospitals to provide long-term, quality health care services. GO>>
Health Systems Development
In many developing countries, health care systems are simply not robust enough to meet the extensive needs of the people. IMA works to strengthen these systems to reach more people and improve the quality of care. GO>>
Health Information Systems
In order to provide quality health care, it is essential to know what resources are available. IMA supports sustainability by developing systems for tracking and analyzing data and by training workers how to use them. GO>>
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