How organisations support HIFA

226 leading health and development organisations worldwide have officially declared their support for the HIFA vision: “A world where every person and every health worker will have access to the healthcare information they need to protect their own health and the health of those for whom they are responsible”.

‘HIFA2015 achieves an extraordinary level of activity on minimal resources…’ HIFA2015 Evaluation Report, October 2011

A number of organisations also provide financial support (see below). We need to increase our funding in order to fully implement all components of our strategy and achieve the HIFA vision. Every little helps. Please donate

Supporting Organisations

Supporting Organisations declare their commitment to the HIFA vision. Their commitment is acknowledged on the HIFA web site and in HIFA publications such as the Annual Review. They are under no obligation to provide financial support.

Apply to be a HIFA Supporting Organisation

List of HIFA Supporting Organisations

“We support HIFA2015… We will achieve it if together we work hard to share experiences, to train medical librarians and convince the stakeholders about the importance of HIFA2015 and its impact in the field… WHO AFRO Library is really involved in this programme and will do anything it can to achieve our goal.”
Marie Paule Kabore, Librarian, WHO Regional Office for Africa, Brazzaville, Congo

Financial Supporting Organisations

A number of Supporting Organisations also make a financial contribution to HIFA2015.

Financial Supporting Organisations for 2014:

British Medical Association (main funder)
Africa Health
African Health Policy Network
Anadach Group
British Medical Association
CABI
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Community Dermatology Journal
Council of International Neonatal Nurses
Global Health Media Project
Haiti Nursing Foundation
Health Sciences Online
Institution of Engineering and Technology
Instituto de Cooperación Social INTEGRARE
International Foundation for Dermatology
International League of Dermatological Societies
International Child Health Group
International Society for Social Pediatrics and Child Health
Joanna Briggs Institute
The Lancet
LiveWell Initiative
Medical Aid Films
Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba
mPowering Frontline Health Workers – sponsored discussion
NextGenU.org
Network for Information and Digital Access
Operation Hernia
Partnerships in Health Information
Physicians for Haiti
Public Library of Science
Royal College of Midwives
Rural and Remote Health Journal
The Lancet
The Mother and Child Health and Education Trust
Virtual Development
Zambia Health UK Workforce Alliance.

Any contribution, no matter how small, is vital to sustain our work.

Non-profit organisations: If you are able to make a contribution, you may wish to use the following as a guide for an annual contribution:
- Organisation’s turnover up to £500k ($750k) – £50 ($75)
- Organisation’s turnover £500k – £2m ($750k – $3m) – £250 ($375)
- Organisation’s turnover £2m – £5m ($3 – $7.5m) – £500 ($750)
- Organisation’s turnover more than £5m ($7.5m) – £1,000 ($1,500)

Commercial organisations and private companies
- Organisation’s turnover up to £5m ($7.5m) – £500 ($750)
- Organisation’s turnover more than £5m ($7.5m) – £1,000 ($1,500).

Financial Supporting Organisations receive a number of benefits including:
- Acknowledgement on the HIFA website including their logo on the HIFA home page (by agreement);
- Acknowledgement in HIFA publications and promotional materials such as the Annual Review;
- Publicity at all conferences worldwide attended by HIFA personnel and HIFA Country Representatives;
- Listing in the footer of ALL HIFA Forum messages (over 2000 messages are distributed each year to more than 4000 health professionals, publishers, librarians, researchers and policy-makers worldwide);
- Listing in the HIFA Public Announcement of Financial Supporting Organisations annually each January.

Apply to be a HIFA Supporting Organisation

Note: It is important that funding and fundraising issues do not influence and compromise our work as an independent, neutral, networking organisation committed to global health and the availability of relevant, reliable and unbiased information for healthcare providers and policymakers. We do not accept funding from organisations whose activities are, or may be perceived to be, in conflict with these principles. For further details, please refer to our Funding Policy.

Financial support 2006-2014

We are grateful to the following organisations which have provided financial support for HIFA Global Forums since the launch of the campaign in 2006:

• British Medical Association (main HIFA funder: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
• Africa Health (HIFA funder: 2014)
• African Health Policy Network (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
• Anadach Group (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013, 2014)
• BioMed Central (HIFA funder: 2013)
• BMJ Publishing Group (launch of HIFA, Mombasa, October 2006)
• CABI (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
British Nursing Index (HIFA Nurses and Midwives Challenge 2009)
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013, 2014)
Commonwealth Nursing Federation (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013)
Council of International Neonatal Nurses (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
Community Dermatology Journal (HIFA funder: 2014)
European Association of Senior Hospital Physicians (AEMH) (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013)
European Federation of Salaried Doctors (FEMS) (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013)
Global Health Media Project (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013, 2014)
Global HELP (HIFA funder: 2013)
Haiti Nursing Foundation (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013, 2014)
Health Sciences Online (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013, 2014)
Institution of Engineering and Technology (HIFA funder: 2014)
Instituto de Cooperación Social INTEGRARE (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
• International Child Health Group (CHILD2015 funder: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
International Clinical Epidemiology Network (HIFA funder: 2012)
International Confederation of Midwives (HIFA funder: 2013)
International Foundation for Dermatology (HIFA funder: 2014)
International League of Dermatological Societies (HIFA funder: 2014)
International Society for Social Pediatrics and Child Health (CHILD2015 funder: 2012, 2013, 2014)
• Joanna Briggs Institute (HIFA funder: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
The Lancet (HIFA funder: 2008, 2014)
LiveWell Initiative (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (HIFA funder: 2012)
Medical Aid Films (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
mPowering Frontline Health Workers (HIFA funder: 2014)
The Mother and Child Health and Education Trust (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013, 2014)
Network for Information and Digital Access (HIFA funder: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
NextGenU.org (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
Operation Hernia (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
• Partnerships in Health Information (HIFA funder: 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014)
• Physicians for Haiti (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
• Public Library of Science (HIFA funder: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
• Rockefeller Foundation (Funding of HIFA External Evaluation, January to August 2011)
Royal College of Midwives (HIFA funder: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
Royal College of Nursing (HIFA funder: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
Rural and Remote Health Journal (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
Translators Without Borders (HIFA funder: 2013)
TRIP Database (HIFA funder: 2010)
Tropical Health and Education Trust (HIFA funder: 2011)
United Healthcare Chronic Disease Initiative (HIFA funder: 2012, 2013)
Virtual Development (Virtual Doctor Project) (HIFA funder: 2013, 2014)
World Health Organization/ePORTUGUÊSe (HIFA-Portuguese funder: 2009, 2010)
World Health Organization/EVIPNet (HIFA-EVIPNet-Français funder: 2010, 2011)
Zambia UK Health Workforce Alliance (HIFA-Zambia funder: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)

In-kind support

A number of organisations provide in-kind support to HIFA.