Faced with the enormous needs of populations in many developing countries and the insufficient public health resources in those same areas, the Foundation has chosen to take action in the field and, for the most part, operate its own programmes by relying on public-private partnerships uniting entities in the South and the North.
4 Areas of intervention
Training of drugs specialists
Giving countries of the South the ability to rely on their own drug specialists is an invaluable forward step. To further this progress, Fondation Pierre Fabre has made training a priority. The proof in five figures.
Combating Sickle cell disease
Sickle cell disease is a serious chronic genetic affliction that is believed to affect more than 300,000 infants in sub-Saharan Africa each year. These figures motivated Fondation Pierre Fabre to join, in 2006, the fight against this little publicised disease. The proof in five figures.
Access to quality healthcare
Primary health care, essential to sustainable growth in any healthcare landscape, is developing unevenly in the South. To address this situation, Fondation Pierre Fabre takes action in and for medical deserts. The proof in five figures.