The old saying that “money makes the world go round” is especially true for non-governmental organisations, like ours. Without it, HAI wouldn’t be able to realise our access to medicines goals all over the world. But with every funding success of the project and funding teams, we owe it to our donors, the public and,
A famous man, John Quincy Adams, once said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader”. Mr Adams was the sixth president of the United States of America—and the first to give an interview to a female journalist, Anne Royall, which was quite progressive for his time.
In our new blog series, “Staff Spotlight”, we’re introducing you to people who are worth a mint to us: Our staff. What would an organisation like ours be without these passionate people who dedicate their work lives (and more) to improving healthcare worldwide—whose everyday mission is to enable all people to access and properly use the medicines they need?
by TIM REED and RENÉE VASBINDER
Cecile Sison, MeTA Philippines Country Coordinator, Tim Reed, HAI, and
Deirdre Dimancesco, WHO, at the 2014 MeTA Philippines Forum.
(Photo courtesy of MeTA Philippines.)
At least a third of the world’s population—over 2 billion men,