In our first year of operations we developed a strong relationship with the Madagascar Ministry of Health. We continue to partner closely with the MoH to build a vision for a model district-level health system in Madagascar.Learn more about Ministry of Health on their website.
Partners In Health (PIH) is known world-wide for working with local communities and national governments to successfully strengthen health systems and increase accessibility to health care in some of the poorest places on earth. Using its expertise gained from programs in locations including Rwanda and Haiti, PIH supports PIVOT in its design and implementation of the health intervention in Ifanadiana District.Learn more about Partners in Health on their website.
Centre Val Bio and its director, Dr. Patricia Wright, have had a presence in the Ranomafana area for more than 25 years. CVB was critical in the initial creation of Ranomafana National Park, and it now serves as a state-of-the-art research station located in one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. With the recent addition of a bio-safety Level II Lab, CVB has expanded its research capabilities beyond ecology, primatology, and biodiversity into areas more closely related to human health.Learn more about Centre Valbio on their website.
Harvard’s Department of Global Health and Social Medicine supports PIVOT leadership in the application of social science and humanities research to constantly improve the delivery of treatment, the practice of medicine, and the development of health care systems and policies in Madagascar.Learn more about Harvard Medical School’s Department of Global Health and Social Medicine on their website.