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about

The SHARE Global Health Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing global health by sharing and implementing expertise and evidence-based knowledge internationally.
 
Registered in 2015, SHARE focuses on identifying innovative educational programs and implementation strategies to empower physicians, community representatives, and stakeholders in low- and middle-income countries with the knowledge needed to improve services and policies in both governmental and private institutions. 
 
With an international network of experts and thought-leaders, SHARE is able to provide medical expertise with tailored approaches to address the unique challenges faced by professionals at the local, regional, and national levels.


SHARE achieves this by providing
•    Forums to discuss evidence-based planning of public health strategies;
•    Training and capacity-building for healthcare providers;
•    Opportunities to review individual models of care;
•    Assistance in developing guidelines and in drafting policy documents;
•    Operational research, surveillance, and surveys;
•    Scientific and medical program development;
•    Facilitate community engagement;
•    Information, education, communication (IEC), and Behavioral Change Communication (BCC) strategies;
•    Measurable outcomes of implemented changes; and
•    Scenario building and foresight. 
 
Our Mission
Our mission is to empower healthcare professionals from middle- and low-income countries and in doing so, promote global health and facilitate knowledge exchange between public and private institutions. 
 

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Board of directors

 CHARLES BOUCHER,
CO-FOUNDER OF SHARE 

“the fight against HIV/AIDS has shown us that when people and resources unite behind a common cause, much can be achieved”

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1958-2021

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 ALICE POSTHUMUS-PLANTINGA

 
 STEFANO VELLA,
CO-FOUNDER OF SHARE 

I cannot accept a world where people die from perfectly preventable or treatable diseases, just because they did not have access to the medicine and care they needed

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