Reaching The World’s Most Vulnerable Children

Nearly 14,000 children under 5 die each day because they were born in places where basic maternal and child health services are lacking or simply unaffordable.

Celebrating 25 Years

In 1997, Tim Bilodeau began his mission to stop the preventable deaths of children. The mission of Medicines for Humanity remains the same 25 years later. We work in areas of high child mortality. We collaborate with and empower committed in-country partners to strengthen maternal and child health in the communities we serve.

2021-2022 Annual Review

Our latest Annual Review is a celebration of Medicines for Humanity. We hope you will enjoy reading along as we follow MFH milestones from 1997 to present day! We have accomplished so much together, and looking forward to reaching even more children and mothers in the future. Click here to read more.

Learning for Humanity

Learning for Humanity is a customized, online learning experience created for Catholic Sisters. It supports efforts to save the lives of children and their mothers by building knowledge, skills and capacity of Sisters worldwide to strengthen health systems and empower communities. Click here to learn more about our courses.

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Remembering MFH Founder Tim Bilodeau

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Medicines for Humanity founder, Tim Bilodeau.  All of us at MFH are deeply sadden by the loss of Tim, our founder and Board Chair Emeritus. Please click below to learn more about Tim and his incredible legacy that will continue through all of us at MFH.

COVID-19 Global Pandemic

As a global health organization, Medicines for Humanity is working alongside many other partners and institutions to help support communities and clinics around the world to manage and survive through this pandemic of COVID-19. We have created educational and training materials for our partners around the world and make these available to anyone interested.

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