Our work is amplified by the diversity of our partners

We're just getting started and are actively growing our partnership. To date, partners include:

  • The Aspen Institute
  • CRI Foundation
  • Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
  • GSK
  • Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
  • Merck for Mothers
  • Office of the United Nations Special Envoy for Health
  • Pfizer
  • United States Agency for International Development

What some of our partners are saying...

The Aspen Institute’s mission is to develop values-based leadership, which is critical to community health systems facing grave challenges like Ebola and other diseases. AMP Health’s innovative partnership will improve the health and well-being of many living in the hardest to reach parts of the world.
— Walter Isaacson, President and CEO, The Aspen Institute
Partnering with AMP Health would allow us to strengthen and accelerate [our] efforts by bringing much needed management and leadership capacity to our team.
— Samuel Kargbo, Director of Health Systems, Policy, Planning, and Information in the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, Sierra Leone
Through this partnership, GSK can bring its experiences and expertise to bear in helping strengthen health systems so they are equipped to manage everyday challenges as well as pre-empt and manage crises. We are delighted to be involved with this partnership from the outset and look forward to working with other organizations as the collaboration grows.
— Sir Andrew Witty, CEO, GSK
This unique multi-sector platform is an example of USAID’s emphasis on bringing collaborative approaches to our global health work around the world. It’s the collective action of programs like AMP Health that are needed to strengthen health systems and accelerate achievement of our goal to end preventable child and maternal deaths.
— Dr. Ariel Pablos-Méndez, Assistant Administrator for Global Health and Child and Maternal Survival Coordinator, USAID
We are privileged to be part of this collaboration - both in business and philanthropy, it is evident that strong collaborations can create systemic change.
— Jeff Walker, Vice Chair, MDG Health Alliance
You can’t have public health without working with the public sector. Working in close partnership with Ministries of Health is essential to strengthening health systems.
— Dr. Paul Farmer, Co-Founder and Chief Strategist, Partners In Health