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Health Alliance International

  • Seattle, WA
  • http://depts.washington.edu/haiuw/

Mission Statement

The mission of Health Alliance International (HAI) is to support the development of policies that foster social and economic equity for all with a focus on public-sector health systems and a progressive realization of the right to health. HAI is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization associated with the University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine. Focused primarily on strengthening health systems in developing countries, HAI partners with ministries of health and other non-governmental organizations in pursuit of our vision of a just world that promotes health and well-being, including universal access to quality health care.

ruling year

1992

Principal Officer

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Dr. Stephen Gloyd

Keywords

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international health, Mozambique, Timor, Leste, Ivory Coast, Cote d'Ivoire, malaria, child survival, maternal health, Manica, Sofala, maternal and child health, operations research, HIV, AIDS

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HAI

EIN

94-3047981

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

International Development, Relief Services (Q30)

Public Health Program (E70)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Program 1

Health Alliance International's major activities in 2006 were based in Mozambique and East Timor. They include the following: For Mozambique National Scale-up of AIDS Treatment Care and Treatment for AIDS Now This well-formulated plan was developed with support from HAI and the Clinton Foundation between 2002 and 2003. Currently care is being provided to over 61,000 people and over 8,000 are accessing lifesaving antiretroviral treatment at 12 different sites around the country. At the field level, the vast majority of care is provided by Mozambican health professionals, while health experts from such organizations as MSF, Sant?Egidio and HAI, also provide some technical and clinical support. The Next Phase Since 2003, HAI has been working within the Ministry of Health to expand the national health system capacity to achieve their ambitious AIDS care and treatment targets. This small team of HAI technical advisors is providing crucial assistance, in such areas as monitoring and evaluation, adult and pediatric clinical care models, laboratory upgrading, scale up coordination, drug supply, etc., to the Clinical Medicine section of the Ministry of Health. The objectives of the team are to strengthen the management and planning capacity of the Ministry of Health in order to meet the needs of the over 1,000,000 HIV+ Mozambicans. AIDS Care and Treatment Up Country HAI has been instrumental in supporting treatment expansion in the regions hardest hit by HIV in Mozambique. While the national HIV prevalence of Mozambique is rising and now stands at almost 15%, the central region surpasses 20%, with some areas such as Beira city maintaining an adult rate of 40%. HAI has been a main partner in the central region, working with the Mozambican government since the beginning of the scale up effort to secure funding and to rapidly expand access to treatment. The first Ministry of Health/HAI testing sites in the central region opened in 2001. In 2003, the Beira City HIV/AIDS Day Hospital opened its doors to the estimated 200,000 HIV infected residents through the creation of an HIV clinic, known as the "Day Hospital". The Day Hospital is located on the Beira Central Hospital campus, and is fully managed and staffed by Mozambican Ministry of Health workers. With funds from Oxfam, USAID and Columbia University?s MTCT Plus project, HAI supported the rehabilitation and equipping of the building and the training of the health workers and PLWHAs activists who staff the site. In addition, one ongoing clinical advisor supports the development of monitoring and tracking systems for patient outcomes, as well as day-to-day technical support.

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HEALTH ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Health Alliance International

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Principal Officer

Dr. Stephen Gloyd

BIO

Stephen Gloyd, MD, MPH, Executive Director, Health Alliance International; Professor and Director, International Health Program, Department of Health Services, University of Washington. Interests in primary health care systems, reproductive health, program evaluation, rapid assessment methods, epidemiology and control of measles, tuberculosis, diarrhea, and HIV. Experience in Mozambique, Cote d'Ivoire, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Somalia, Honduras, Brazil, and Ecuador.

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