New Look, Same Audacious Vision: Investing in People

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Dear Seed Community,

We’re excited to announce the launch of Seed Global Health’s (Seed) new brand and website. It is a significant milestone in our journey to better communicate our story, share information, and actively engage with communities in building brighter and healthier futures for all.

Our Journey To Date
Seed’s journey started with a vision to create a world in which every country is strengthened by a robust health workforce that is able to meet the health needs of its population. We are united in the shared belief that quality, dignified healthcare can and must be accessible for all.

Since our founding in 2012, Seed has experienced tremendous growth. We have built a strong reputation, forged meaningful and trusted partnerships, and demonstrated significant impact in strengthening health systems through building human resources for health capacity. In collaboration with our partners, we have trained over 27,800 doctors, nurses, and midwives who can provide high-quality care, lead, advocate, and innovate within their countries’ health systems.

As the greatest health challenge of our time—COVID-19—disrupted the world as we knew it, we continued to lean into the crisis. Together with our partners, we minimized disruptions to education and training and found new ways to strengthen the health workforce in communities where they are needed the most.

Today, we are bigger and better. Our Seed family consists of talented individuals and growing partnerships in Malawi, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zambia that we are honored to serve. Our collaborative approach—that is anchored by our three pillars of education, practice, and policy—enables us to empower human capacity to be transformative at every level.

Our New Brand
Seed’s brand transformation is inspired by our commitment to challenging the status quo and need for a visual identity that better reflects who we are as an organization. We’ve updated our logo, expanded our color palette, and introduced new typefaces. All these elements reflect our brand personality and bring our work to life.

We have refreshed our messaging, redesigned our website, and updated our social media to better reflect and articulate where Seed is now and the future we envision. The changes will enable us to holistically communicate and engage with our communities as we partner to improve health outcomes.

Our Commitment
Seed remains steadfast in our commitment to challenge the status quo on health inequity. For us, healthcare is not just about providing a quick fix. It’s about generational impact—investing in people—for the long term. Everything we do is powered by people. Because durable health systems are built when we unlock human potential.

We are excited about this big step forward and the opportunities it will bring and look forward to continuing on this journey with you. Please browse our new website to learn more about our work.

We are incredibly grateful for your support that enables us to make lasting investments in the health workforce. Together, we plant the seeds for brighter, healthier futures and transform “what if” into “what is.”

Sincerely,

Vanessa Kerry, MD, MSc
Co-founder and CEO, Seed Global Health

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