When there’s no doctor to help. It’s up to us to shape our own future.
ALIMA is a humanitarian solution that starts from home. An African-led organization partnering with local health workers to provide sustainable medical care in some of sub-Saharan Africa's most challenging contexts.Building Capacity
ALIMA’s model is built on connecting and expanding local networks of experts, providing practical training in the field, and pooling resources across health workers and clinics to provide medical care that is urgent, quality, and sustainable.Innovating Treatments
ALIMA is transforming humanitarian medicine, developing new treatments and offering innovative solutions to chronic challenges like childhood malnutrition and epidemics like Ebola and COVID-19.Saving Lives
ALIMA's teams have treated more than 8 million patients thanks to our local experts. Most recently, ALIMA has vaccinated more than 300,000 people against COVID-19 in some of the hardest-to-reach communities in the world.
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Samuel, 7 months old, is examined by Jean Kendé, an ALIMA nurse at Boda Hospital in the Central African Republic.
A laboratory technician at the Intensive Nutritional Recovery and Education Unit in Dioila, Mali.
In Nigeria, the medical team at the Muna Clinic provides care to internally displaced persons.
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Estella gave birth to twins: a boy, Dieu Beni, and a girl, Garcia, both born underweight and hospitalized with oxygen in the neonatal unit of Boda for 9 days. Estella and her twins have since returned home and are doing well.
"I am very grateful to the medical team, because if it wasn't for them, I don't know what would have happened to my children and me. Thank you for saving my life and the lives of my children."
A young medical graduate, Dr. Yembal was trained by ALIMA teams in the care of severely malnourished children in Chad.
"At the end of the year, malnourished children were pouring in and our teams were overwhelmed. We need more resources to face the nutritional crisis and treat as many children as possible."