Heartfile Health Financing commits to develop an in-kind donation management system for critically-needed medical supplies by leveraging the strengths of three partner agencies: Direct Relief (DR), the World Health Organization (WHO) Pakistan office, and Sulemaniyah Trust. This new partnership will be an expansion of Heartfile Health Financing's existing programs, and will work to fill a critical gap in the provision of health care procedures in Pakistan.
Direct Relief's role in this partnership will be to access donations and supplies, and act as the focal agency in donation mobilization by shipping these donations to Heartfile. WHO's role in this commitment will be to handle the shipment of in-kind international donation consignments, to seek custom clearance at ports, and to manage the warehouses and storage of the supplies. WHO will manage inventory systems, and will take the lead on the distribution and delivery of the in-kind items and supplies. Sulaimaniyah Trust, a non-profit organization, will be the financial bridge on this commitment. Given its established relationship and experience with DR, Sulaimaniyah Trust will facilitate communications with DR. This program aims to not only manage donation items, but also to expedite the process of healthcare financing in a transparent way.
|Location||Pakistan, North Africa and Middle East|
|Value||USD 6 Million|