Where we work
The Addis Clinic partners with multiple organizations around the world to bring expert care to communities. Our model is flexible to meet local needs while leaving direct care in the hands of the local health workers.
A partner of The Addis Clinic since 2017, Child Aid Development Foundation International (CADFIN) is a Cameroonian NGO that works for the benefit of economically and socially disadvantaged rural women and children in the Mezam Division of the North West Region of Cameroon. CADFIN is involved in promoting community health care, environmental protection, HIV/AIDS awareness and income generating activities.
Most recently, The Addis Clinic & CADFIN's Positive Telehealth project was a winner of Viiv Healthcare's Start Free Challenge. This positive action challenge recognizes the potential of innovations implemented at the local level to rapidly reduce new HIV infections in children. CADFIN & The Addis Clinic developed Positive Telehealth in an attempt to break the barriers of preventing maternal to child transmission of HIV and providing the most effective antiretroviral treatment available for every child, adolescent, young woman, and pregnant or breastfeeding mothers living in the CADFIN community.
As a result, CADFIN has coordinated additional partnerships with 5 health centers in North West Cameroon, and they all currently utilize tele-consultations and The Addis Clinic services to better reach their HIV/AIDS patients
Ethiopia ACT began as a ministry to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS on extremely poor families, but has grown to include other public health strategies that serve the wider community, as well as educational and psychological support for vulnerable children. Church planting and renewal is central to all their activities and a primary goal for their team.
The Luhesela Children’s Village
The Luhesela Children’s Village is part of Foxes’ Community and Wildlife Conservation Trust and provides comprehensive, holistic care for 52 vulnerable children. Of the children currently living at the children’s village, 27% are HIV positive and 38% have severe medical conditions. At the Children’s Village, each child is provided with an education, healthcare, a nutrient dense diet and a loving, supportive community. The aim of the Children’s Village is to use a comprehensive care approach to create hope and opportunities for future generations.
Hillside Health Care International
Hillside Health Care International (HHCI) plays a unique role in providing essential health care free of charge in the Toledo District of Southern Belize. Established in 2000, HHCI is a faith inspired non-profit organization working in collaboration with the Belize Ministry of Health. Staffed by international medical volunteers and Belizean employees, Hillside’s programs include primary medical care, community outreach, health education and disease prevention. In addition, Hillside offers global health education for medical trainees and leadership development for Belizean professionals. Their multi-disciplinary, clinical rotations offer learning opportunities in a variety of settings for post-graduate students and residents interested in a hands-on practice and learning about health care from a global perspective. Each year over 140 students come from around the world for global health rotations at Hillside in pharmacy, rehabilitation, medicine, and public health.
Living Hope Haiti Christian Mission
Living Hope Haiti Christian Mission ministers to the people of Northern Haiti through educational, medical, spiritual, and a variety of other services. Living Hope was founded in 2002, and has five schools, four churches, a medical clinic, a radio station, a small orphanage, and a healthy surgical program. They also have a large feeding program and several agricultural programs.