GET INVOLVED WITH ALIMA

Donations, Careers, and Partnerships: Find out all the ways to connect with ALIMA

Are you an individual supporter?

Becoming a donor means giving our teams on the ground the ability to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable populations by strengthening our responsiveness to emergency situations.

You can also support ALIMA’s programs, by putting your skills and passion to service in our projects in our 12 countries of intervention.

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Regular donation

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The europe campaign committee

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BECOME A MONTHLY SUPPORTER

HOST A FUNDRAISING EVENT

JOIN THE ALIMA ASSOCIATION

MAKE A ONE-TIME DONATION

JOIN THE MAJOR GIVING CAMPAIGN

JOIN ALIMA’s TEAM

Are you an organization, corporation, or foundation?

As a medical alliance of local NGOs and research institutes, ALIMA places partnership at the heart of its work. 

We work in close coordination with local and international organizations in all our programs. It is because of this type of collaboration that we can ensure access to quality care for the most vulnerable populations in medical emergencies. 

We believe in collective intelligence and the need to involve all stakeholders, which is why we collaborate with national and international NGOs, research institutions, government agencies and the ministries of health in the countries where we work. 

Together, we aim to create a new dynamic in order to transform humanitarian medicine.

FOUNDATIONS & CORPORATIONS

INSTITUTIONAL DONORS

OPERATIONAL PARTNERS

Guillaume Le Duc Directeur

Guillaume Le Duc, Director of Development

 

“Your support is extremely important to the success of ALIMA. Thanks to your commitment, we remain independent, and we can provide sustainable, continuous care for the most vulnerable people in crisis areas.”

Guillaume Le Duc Directeur

Guillaume Le Duc

Director of Development

“Your support is extremely important to the success of ALIMA. Thanks to your commitment, we remain independent, and we can provide sustainable, continuous care for the most vulnerable people in crisis areas.”