WDI has worked with several organizations, ranging in size from small startups to large multinationals. We have worked with over a dozen countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America to improve access to quality healthcare in a financially sustainable manner. Our work has been used by these organizations to improve service delivery and profitability.
Aravind Eye Care System (AECS) is one of the world’s leading eye care hospitals. Recipient of the Hilton Humanitarian Prize and the Gates Award for Global Health, AECS continues to revolutionize eye care. In the year ending March 2017, over 450,000 surgeries and laser procedures were performed and there were over 4 million outpatient visits.
Baxter International Inc. is a Fortune 500 medical equipment company headquartered in the United States. With a presence in more than 100 countries, it has two main global business units – Hospital Products and Renal. The former manufactures products used in delivery of fluids and drugs to patients and the latter focuses on addressing needs of patients with kidney failure or kidney diseases.
Becton Dickinson (BD) is a Fortune 500 medical technology company headquartered in the United States. It manufactures a range of medical supplies, devices, laboratory equipment and diagnostic products across two main business segments – BD Medical and BD Life Sciences. BD Medical involves products that improve delivery of healthcare and BD Life Sciences provides products for the safe collection and transport of diagnostics specimens, and instruments and reagent systems.
Ethio-American Doctors Group (EADG) is comprised of more than 200 physicians of Ethiopian origin who are committed to developing a center of excellence hospital in Ethiopia that will provide tertiary care services in multiple areas
Grace Care Center is a non-profit organization that is providing health services in Sri Lanka with a focus on distributed diabetes care.
Holy Family Virika Hospital is a private not-for-profit (“PNFP”) Catholic mission hospital located in western Uganda whose mission is to provide services to women, children, the chronically ill, and other less privileged and vulnerable groups. It provides clinical services, has a maternity ward, and maintains on-site laboratory and radiography capabilities. The hospital currently serves citizens in five districts: Kabarole, Kyenjojo, Kamwenge, Bundibugyo, and Kabale and has a 155 bed capacity.
Kumi Hospital is a Private Not for Profit (PNFP) facility located in Eastern Uganda, about 200 miles from Kampala. Founded in 1929 by the Church Missionary Society, it is a rural hospital which transformed from a leprosy center to a general hospital in 1997. The hospital has grown to a 300-bed facility, providing a wide range of services including general, maternal, dental, reconstructive and rehabilitative services.
Livewell Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine provides services in the areas of stroke and other neurological conditions, brain injury and spinal cord injury. Opened in 2011, the center has continuously increased its capacity and is part of a network that is opening a second operation in Hyderabad.
Ihangane/Ruli Hospital is a full service facility in northern Rwanda. The Hospital’s services include emergency, inpatient and outpatient care, general surgery, dentistry, physical therapy, and psychological care. Each month approximately 60 surgeries are performed, 250 immunizations are given, 300 pre-natal checkups are performed and 100 babies are delivered. Ruli District Hospital employs eight doctors, as well as a full staff of nurses, technicians and administrators
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is an international financing organization that aims to attract and disburse additional resources to prevent and treat HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria. It is the world’s largest financier of anti-AIDS, -TB and -malaria programs.