About the organisation
Basic details : Santé Sud is a NGO that works with international solidarity and specializes in the training of local human resources and the promotion of development projects. Health care professionals who were confronted with the limitations of emergency aid created Santé Sud in 1984. Our members (social and medical professionals), work with partners in developing countries on sustainable projects.
The members of Santé Sud are united by the belief that we must work to reinforce the human resources in the field of health care in developing countries. We must act without replacing.
Mission : We strengthen the capacities of health care professionals in developing countries to allow for the vulnerable populations to have access to sustainable and quality health care. These populations are usually penalized by their geographic isolation (rural communities), by their disease or by their mental, physical or social handicap.
Vision : To ensure that populations in developing countries can be cared for by qualified local human resources.
Organization primary focus : To provide training and capacity building.
Structure : Santé Sud is made up of over 300 volunteer members and 40 employees, 28 of whom are in developing countries. Santé Sud is funded by the European Union, the French Foreign Minister, the French agency for development, the United Nations as well as many other foundations, institutes and companies.
250 sponsors and 1500 donors provide support for Santé Sud.
Contact us for
General partnerships, Good case practice sharing, Speaking opportunities
Organisation main contact email
00 (33) 18.104.22.168.45