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Our mission...

To educate, empower, and provide health care and access to education to women and children with a focus on underserved socioeconomic groups.

Our Strategic Focus…

Advocate for policies and implement programs that improve women’s and children’s health and quality of life.

Develop, fund, and implement health projects, i.e., mass immunization, primary health care screening, treatment, and educational workshops.

Help close the digital divide by providing computers and data to schools in developing countries.

To improve awareness by sponsoring and presenting at international and national conferences promoting health and education in developing countries.

Key Programs...

IHAN’s Maternal Child Health Programs

Eradication of common preventable childhood diseases and maternal neonatal tetanus.

Examination for infectious diseases, joint and bone diseases, gastrointestinal parasites, and skin lesions.

Education of families and communities about public health issues such as hygiene, waste disposal, clean water, and reproductive health

Expanding the public health network by renovating health facilities and supplying health care providers with the necessary medical devices and equipment.

IHAN’s Closing the Digital Divide Program

Provide data and technology to small schools in least developed countries and ensure the proper use for educational purposes

Work closely with educators and NGOs on the ground to increase health awareness and promote health education through use of technology

Include the broader community of parents and caretakers to secure their support of digital education

Empower the communities by expanding the intergenerational use of technology

Broaden access for smaller and more remote schools through distant learning

Establish youth scholarships and programs to promote the use of digital learning.

Our Organization

The International Health Awareness Network (IHAN) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, non-governmental organization in consultative status with Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and Department of Public Information (DPI) of the United Nations.  

All IHAN projects are funded through private donations and all directors are volunteers. IHAN relies entirely on the support of individuals like you. 100% of your contributions go directly to IHAN's projects, with no administrative costs deducted.

IHAN has advisory council members in Tanzania, Dominican Republic, India, Switzerland, Turkey, USA, Australia, Bangladesh, South Africa, Egypt, and England.

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