Run For Midwives is our campaign to train the midwives that Kenya needs. We're partnering with Kenya's top marathon runners to raise awarness of the alarming number of women who die from preventable causes during childbirth and pregnancy. Join the campaign
Join Team Amref Health Africa
We're a proud official charity partner of the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon! Run with us and help make motherhood safer in Africa!
Join us November 6 - 14 on an extraordinary trip through Northern Tanzania guided by Maasai warriors with visits to some of our health projects that benefit the Maasai along the way
Africa needs innovation
Using basic mobile phone technology, we're training health workers faster and cheaper
Africa needs healthy mothers
Learn more about our Stand Up for African Mothers campaign
Africa needs access to clean water
We do more than just build wells and pumps, we train communities to sustain their water sources for generations to come
We are an African organization seeking solutions for African health challenges with African expertise.
Africa has a critical shortage of health workers. While there are 90 doctors and nurses for every 1,000 people in the US, there is less than 1 for every 1,000 people in Africa.
We build health systems and train health workers to address the continent's most critical challenges:
Water and Sanitation
Health Worker Training
Last year alone we trained almost 228,000 health workers and reached nearly 11,000,000 people through our programs.
Interim CEO Dr Lennie Kyomuhangi-Igbodipe, accompanied by Dr Bettina Vadera, CEO Amref Flying Doctors and Dr Meschack Ndirangu, Country Director, Amref Kenya, presented gifts and a donation to the recovering students at Kenyatta National Referral Hospital in Nairobi. ... Read more
The Management and Development Institute (MDI) is an executive MBA-type program designed to enhance the leadership and management skills of program managers and leaders of sub-Saharan African organizations, governmental and non-governmental, that are devoted to delivering health care services to under served populations. ... Read more