34 organisations provide financial support for HIFA in 2015
34 organisations have agreed to provide a financial contribution to enable the work of HIFA during 2015:
British Medical Association (main funder), Africa Health, Afro-European Medical & Research Network, Anadach Group, Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria, Awojobi Clinic Eruwa, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Commonwealth Nurses Federation, Council of International Neonatal Nurses, eCancer, Elsevier, Friends Of Chitambo, Global Health Media Project, Haiti Nursing Foundation, HealthProm, Intel Corporation, International Child Health Group, International Foundation for Dermatology, International League of Dermatological Societies, International Society for Social Paediatrics and Child Health, IntraHealth International, Joanna Briggs Institute, Knowledge Transfer Africa Ltd, The Lancet, LiveWell Initiative, mPowering Frontline Health Workers, Network for Information and Digital Access, Physicians for Haiti, Royal College of Midwives, The Test Foundation, The Mother and Child Health and Education Trust, WHO Collaborating Centre for Knowledge Translation & Health, Wiki Project Med Foundation, Zambia UK Health Workforce Alliance.
The BMA continues to be our main funder (£10,000 per annum). Other contributions range from £50 to £5000. The total funding to date is approximately £30,000. Thank you to all for making our work possible.
All organisations that provide financial support are listed on the HIFA home page
HIFA now has more than 14,000 members interacting on 5 forums in 3 languages. To read about our achievements in 2014, please see the HIFA Review 2014
We look forward to continue working with you all in 2015 towards our shared vision: A world where every person and every health worker has access to the healthcare information they need to protect their own health and the health of those for whom they are responsible.