International Health Partners

International Health Partners

Charity information

International Health Partners

IHP is the largest coordinator of donated medical product in Europe with a strong network of healthcare industry donors. We respond rapidly to humanitarian disasters, support long-term healthcare development projects and equip medics with supplies for short-term medical missions.

Founded 2005

  • Mission statement

    We envision a world where nobody has to suffer for want of access to safe and effective medicines. An independent intermediary, we bridge the gap between healthcare companies, who want to be generous, and humanitarian agencies who depend on generosity.


    With our strong network of product donors, we can secure a wide range of essential medicines and medical supplies. Our innovative cloud-based software platform allows our small team to efficiently process large volumes of donated product from multiple donors to multiple recipients. As a licensed and regulated distributor of medical aid we are able to maintain a safe and secure supply chain. Our distributing partners around the world are chosen to ensure that donated product is used only where it is required, strengthening local health systems and meeting genuine needs.


    IHP is a charity registered in England and Wales and a co-signatory to the World Health Organisation Guidelines for Responsible Medicine Donations.

  • Aims

    International Health Partners aims to:

    • We envision a world where nobody has to suffer for want of access to safe and effective medicines.
  • Overview

    Established: January 2005

    Registered Charity Number: 1105455

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 8

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 2

    Phone number: 0203 735 5525

    Address: IHP, Unit 402 Clerkenwell Workshops, 27/31 Clerkenwell Close, London EC1R 0AT

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