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HAI supports Community Alliance for Global Justice

Jul 15, 2016

Last week, many HAI-HQ staff members had the honor of participating in a local community organizing event held by our partners at Community Alliance for Global Justice, or CAGJ.  HAI Executive Director James Pfeiffer was there, along with Senior Technical Advisor Steve Gloyd, HAI-CI Director of Country Programs Ahoua Koné, Senior Program Manager Julia Robinson, and Senior Technical Advisor Amy Hagopian, and UW Associate Professor of Anthropology and frequent HAI collaborator, Rachel Chapman.

CAGJ dinner

CAGJ educates and mobilizes with individuals and organizations to strengthen local economies everywhere, and we are proud to collaborate with them on our many Advocacy projects.

Learn more about HAI’s mission here, and please consider making a donation to support our Advocacy work and efforts to strengthen communities everywhere.

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HAI’s Transition 2021

HAI has transitioned our global operations and active programs to the local NGOs CSM (Mozambique) and HAMNASA (Timor-Leste). Learn more using the buttons below

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Our Mission

Our mission is to promote policies and support programs that strengthen government primary health care and foster social, economic, and health equity for all. Our vision is a just world that promotes health and well-being, including universal access to quality health care.

Our History

Health Alliance International began in 1987 as a US-based international solidarity organization committed to supporting the public sector provision of health care for all.  Over 35 years, HAI conducted programs in 17 countries, with flagship programs in Mozambique, Côte d'Ivoire, and Timor-Leste.

Our Evolution

In line with HAI’s commitment to support and strengthen local public health leadership, as of October 2021, HAI fully transitioned global operations and active programs to locally-based, locally-led NGOs. Learn more about this shift toward local autonomy and equity in global health.

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