CitiHope Relief & Development

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Email: info@citihope.org

Phone: +1 (845) 586-6202

Registered Charity: 13-2907656

CitiHope International Inc.

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Medical Relief

Preventing Disease, Promoting Health, Providing Cures

CitiHope was created to be a compassionate connection, bridging the gap between people in need and people who can meet those needs.

On our first international effort in 1990, the realization that we could provide desperately needed cures for pennies on the dollar compelled us to act.  Doctors knew how to heal their patients, but simply lacked the resources needed to do so.

Our medical relief programs are now a bridge, linking indigenous medical institutions and physicians with the medicine and medical supplies needed, while also educating on proper treatment protocols.

CitiHope delivers this desperately needed assistance to the most underserved urban and rural populations possible, while also building the capacity of the local NGOs.

Preventing Disease

By equipping our field partners with the resources needed to impact the health of their communities.

Promoting Health

By working with field partners, hospitals and clinics to identify critical needs to gain a greater quality of life for their citizens.

Providing Cure

By shipping donated life-saving medicines, supplies and food to hospitals and clinics in need around the world.

CitiHope's proven multi-component, principled approach keeps us on the cutting edge of medical relief and assistance:

Steady growth of donated pharmaceutical inputs

1.

Diverse and effective local partners

4.

Building confidence among donors

7.

Progressive allocations to rural healthcare clinics

2.

Meeting the demands of both disease and drug priorities

5.

Solid relationships with peer organizations

8.

Transparent 
distribution and monitoring policies

3.

Enhancing physician's capabilities

6.