ALIMA IN FIGURES
ALIMA is a medical humanitarian organization created in 2009. It brings together the expertise of international and national aid workers to provide quality medical care to people most vulnerable in a crisis. By sharing resources, ALIMA and its network of local and national partners, helps to develop innovative humanitarian medical practices.
Since its inception, ALIMA and its partners have treated nearly two million patients, conducted 41 programs and led 10 operational research projects focusing on malnutrition, malaria, emergency surgery and Ebola.
We are dedicated to financial and administrative transparency and accountability, both as a pledge of trust to our donors and a requirement of efficient management.
ALIMA in 2016
Projects in 9 countries
Million euro budget
In-country staff members
Surgical procedures performed
Patients provided with inpatient hospital care
Mothers trained to screen their own children for malnutrition by using a simple MUAC test
Children treated for severe malnutrition
Children treated for malaria
Children vaccinated against measles
Children provided with Seasonal Malaria Chemo-prevention
European Union Health Award for our contributions to the fight against Ebola (2015)
We deliver medical care and conduct research thanks to the generous support of private donors, institutional donors and foundations.
If you would like to learn more about our activities, please download our annual reports, in which you will find overviews of all our operations.
ALIMA’s accounts are certified each year by an external auditor.