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Program Partners

Seed has a proven legacy of working closely with our partners —governments, academic and clinical institutions, associations and councils, coalitions, funders, and other organizations—to create durable change that improves quality of care and strengthens health systems. Together, we respond to an urgent need for a bold, long-term movement that will save lives today while strengthening the next generation of health professionals.

  • Ministry of Health and Sanitation, Sierra Leone
  • Ministry of Health of Malawi
  • Ministry of Health of Uganda
  • Ministry of Health of Zambia

Philanthropic Partners

Individual and Family Supporters

Seed Global Health thanks our generous leading individual and family supporters — each of whom have made a gift of $5,000 or more — and make our work possible.

  • Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley
  • Jenna & Aaron Bates
  • Jane & Alan Batkin
  • Katie & David Beeston
  • Fiona & James Benenson
  • Esther Benjamin
  • Susan & Paisley Boney
  • Timothy Porter & Elizabeth Brookhiser
  • Barbara & Michael Eisenson
  • Georgia & Jesse Feldman
  • Elizabeth & Michael Fish
  • Richard Friedman
  • Linda & Michael Frieze
  • Tamar & Ken Frieze
  • Adam Slutsky & Danielle Frissell
  • Nhung Giffune
  • Julie & Phil Gordon
  • Ann & Graham Gund
  • Ann & John Hall
  • Jim Quagliaroli & Kim Henry
  • Linda & John Henry and the John W. Henry Family Foundation
  • Samatha Higgins
  • John Kerry
  • Kraft Family Foundation
  • Glen Sutton & Kate Lubin
  • Jodi & Michael Masdea
  • Kajuri & Anjan Mukherjee
  • Will Curry & Rebecca Nordhaus
  • Nicole & Femi Obi
  • David Osborne
  • Anne & David Poole
  • Deborah & Joe Robbins
  • Josh Klevens & Anna Sinaiko
  • Ambassador David Thorne & Rose Thorne

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