Our Projects

Our Projects

Whether supporting projects in Africa or Asia, Global Primary Care assists programs that invest in the training and education of doctors and nurses to enable them to provide high quality family medicine care to their patients. These educational programs are delivered in conjunction with the engagement of Ministries of Health, universities, non-profit organizations, and volunteers to build and sustain the hospitals and clinics in remote or developing locations. Our organization’s motivation is the belief that all people everywhere in the world should have access to primary healthcare services throughout their lives.

Read more about each country and the programs supported by Global Primary Care below:


Global Primary Care’s deepest and longest ties to its projects are in Lesotho. Since its founding in 2006, it has been engaged in supporting numerous programs that continue to thrive and flourish. Those programs have created blueprints for successful projects that are being emulated in other parts of the world.


Through its partner organization, the Global Health Collaborative at Boston University Department of Family Medicine, Global Primacy Care actively supports the projects being conducted in Cambodia to assist the University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh to strengthen and improve the overall quality of education as its medical school as an investment in the long-term impact of the collaboration...


Global Primary Care contributes to the sustainability of the projects that are collaborations between the Faculty of Medical Sciences (FMS) at the National University of Laos, Vientiane, Laos, and the Global Health Collaborative at Boston University, Faculty of Family Medicine. The focus of the collaboration is to produce a new Laotian specialty of Family Medicine...


The country of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is a country in transition emerging from a long period of isolation and extreme poverty. In early 2015, the Boston University Global Health Collaborative (GHC) created the Taiwan-Myanmar Medical Empowerment Project (TMMEP). The goal of this project is to strengthen primary care in the country through a unique partnership between...


The relationship between the Global Health Collaborative (GHC) at Boston University Department of Family Medicine and Global Primary Care has deep roots of support for the role being played to build Family Medicine care in Vietnam. The overall goal of the projects in Vietnam is to assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of...

Your financial support will increase access to primary care for people who have little or no access to doctors, hospitals or clinics.