Each year Global Partners in Care has two application windows when hospice organizations that would like to be partnered are able to submit an application. The list below includes hospice organizations with current applications on file.
Click each potential partner to review their full profile and for information on next steps toward a partnership.
Coast Hospice – Kenya
A member of the Kenya Hospice and Palliative Care Association (KEHPCA), Coast Hospice’s mission is to promote and maintain the quality of life of patients with a life-limiting illness. Click to see Coast Hospice’s full profile
Hospices of Hope has spent 30 years in developing palliative care services in southeast Europe and has been present in Moldova since 2008 when they helped establish the country’s first palliative care team. Click to see Hospices of Hope Moldova’s full profile.
Masis Hospice LLC – Armenia
As one of the first licensed palliative care providers in Armenia, Masis Hospice serves children and adults suffering from incurable diseases with professionalism and dedication, offering specialized and quality services to them and their families to alleviate suffering. Click to see Masis Hospice LLC’s full profile
Muheza Hospice Care – Tanzania
Muheza Hospice Care’s mission is to enhance access to palliative care for all patients with life-limiting disease in the city of Tanga, Tanzania and beyond. Click to see Muheza Hospice Care’s full profile
Nyakahanga Lutheran Hospital – Tanzania
Nyakahanga Lutheran Hospital provides holistic, affordable, and accessible quality health services in Karagwe, Tanzania. Click to see Nyakahanga Lutheran Hospital’s full profile
Nyeri Hospice – Kenya
Nyeri Hospice was started as a satellite branch of Nairobi Hospice by Canadian palliative care nurse, Kathy Semhbi. They aim to not only provide quality palliative care to the terminally ill at an affordable cost but also to facilitate spiritual, emotional, and social support to both patients and their families. Click to see Nyeri Hospice’s full profile
Palliative Care Association of Rwanda – Rwanda
To ensure the promotion and provision of support for quality palliative care throughout Rwanda, the Palliative Care Association of Rwanda (PCAR) focuses on three A’s: acceptable, accessible, and affordable. Click to see PCAR’s full profile
Selian Hospice and Palliative Care Program – Tanzania
The Selian Hospice and Palliative Care program is committed to providing palliative care services to people with life threatening illnesses with the compassion and love of Jesus Christ. Its vision is “Access to quality Palliative Care for all in Tanzania.’’ Click to see Selian Hospice’s full profile