PULSE NGO Partners
Innovations in Healthcare is a non-profit organisation affiliated with Duke University and founded in 2011 by Duke Medicine, McKinsey & Company and the World Economic Forum. It aims to support a network of 50 innovators, as well as meet its goal in improving the scale and access of high quality and affordable healthcare worldwide. It receives support from foundations and corporations, all of which are committed to strengthening and increasing the scale of healthcare innovations around the world.
The Institute for Indian Mother & Child (IIMC) is a non governmental voluntary organization, committed to promote child & maternal health, literacy and to accelerate International solidarity & Peace. IMC was initiated by Dr. Sujit Kumar Brahmochary and was set up in 1989, with the mission to give support to the medical needs of the poorest and most backward people of West Bengal, India; people who have no access to basic healthcare and medicinal facilities. Today, IIMC has expanded its activities to include Medical Program, Health Education & Health Promotion Program, Network Program, Education & Sponsorhip Program, and integrated rural developmental projects including women economical empowerment though Micro Finance Banking Program and agricultural program.
The International Foundation for Dermatology is a non-profit organisation whose principal mission is to improve dermatologic care in under-served areas of the world. The IFD is an integral arm of the INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETIES (ILDS) representing more than 100,000 dermatology specialists and nurses from over 60 nations.