Project Partners

The Fistula Care Plus (FC+) project is a cooperative agreement funded by USAID and managed by EngenderHealth, a leading global women’s health organization that is working to ensure that every pregnancy is planned, every child is wanted,

FC+ Partners

Learn more about the organizations that Fistula Care Plus partners:

logo-dimagi Dimagi, founded in 2002 and based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, is a private social enterprise that develops and delivers open and innovative technology to help underserved communities globally. With Fistula Care Plus, Dimagi will support data management and innovative mHealth interventions.
logo-direct-relief Direct Relief is a US-based NGO that partners with health care companies and business leaders to deliver donated medicines, medical supplies and equipment to people around the world affected by poverty, natural disasters, and civil unrest through transparent, reliable and cost-effective channels. Direct Relief will support Fistula Care Plus through the donation of medical supplies and by further developing the Global Fistula Map.
logo-fistula-foundation Fistula Foundation is a U.S.-based philanthropic foundation committed to raising awareness of and funding for fistula treatment, prevention and education programs worldwide. The Fistula Foundation will collaborate with Fistula Care Plus to increase access to fistula services, while at the same time promoting improved quality and monitoring of services.
logo-maternal-health-task-force The Maternal Health Task Force, based at the Harvard School of Public Health, facilitates outreach to the broader maternal health community through its extensive network to disseminate information to policymakers and advocates. The MHTF will collaborate with Fistula Care Plus on convening technical consultations and meetings.
logo-population-council Population Council, based in New York City, USA, conducts research to address critical health and development issues to allow couples to plan their families and chart their futures. Population Council is Fistula Care Plus’s implementing partner, and will develop and test innovative approaches to financing in-country programs.
logo-terrewode TERREWODE, founded in 1999, is one of Uganda’s largest NGOs and is committed to improving the livelihood and status of women and girls in Uganda. TERREWODE has an extensive history supporting women with fistula in Uganda. With Fistula Care Plus, TERREWODE will support local outreach programs, collaborate on modeling best practices, and assist in capacity building.