HUMAN TOUCH, GLOBAL REACH
International SOS partners with governments, private companies, multi-lateral organisations and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to deliver and support improved outcomes in public health programmes through direct service delivery, systems strengthening and capacity building across the globe. Together, we achieve targeted community-based and nation-wide health impact, mitigate health and security risks, drive localisation and overcome intricate medical and public health challenges in complex environments.
Our Global infrastructure together with our pandemic preparedness teams have provided critical support since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic by complementing in-country response infrastructures, deploying isolation rooms and assisting stakeholders in the global health response efforts. Through our MedSupply division, we have a broad experience in sourcing and delivering everything from PPE and medical consumables, oxygen production and advanced hospital equipment as well as supplying and installing temporary, mobile and permanent healthcare facilities.
With a network of dedicated medical professionals and public health experts delivering proven solutions, we operate in:
Countries Where We Operate
DELIVERING PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS IN UNDER-RESOURCED ENVIRONMENTS
The International SOS public health practice has adapted to meet the frequently changing needs of our partners in the global health sector. We have a multidisciplinary team of experts, whose specialisations range from epidemiology to social programme design, from tropical medicine, non communicable diseases to occupational and environmental health. These professionals have successfully delivered many Health Impact Assessments across Africa, Asia and the Pacific and have seen many of their studies published in The Lancet and other scientific journals.
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SUPPORTING CLIENTS TO DELIVER IN THE AID AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT SECTOR
Supported by our twenty seven 24/7 Assistance Centres located around the world, International SOS provides medical and security advice to many global health donors and their implementing partners. We provide stakeholders with timely advice and analysis on specific global concerns in order to mitigate risks to health and safety of their staffs so they can deliver assistance and fulfill their missions.
International SOS operates a global network of primary and emergency care clinics, bringing world-class standards and our medical expertise across 64 clinics and over 650 Medical sites in 65 countries. We provide primary care, diagnostics and 24/7 emergency care, and our global clinic infrastructure is unmatched in the industry. We engage in a wide range of medical scenarios for partners, from routine checks to emergency cases. We support medical staffing and training for critical ongoing COVID-19 vaccination campaigns. Our clinics are integrated seamlessly with our Global Assistance Network which provides access to nearly 92,000 medical and security in-country providers across 239 countries and territories.
PROVIDING MEDICAL SERVICES AND SUPPLIES TO THE AID AND DEVELOPMENT SECTOR
International SOS has an accredited and efficient medical procurement supply chain in place, operating in accordance with WHO standards and ISO 9001:2015. We support the UN system, governments and a number of global organisations, offering a comprehensive set of medical kits and modules, designed to meet a variety of needs from full clinic fit-outs to specialised kits. In 2020 alone, we supplied our clients with over 350 million masks and over 1.5 million protective coveralls including gloves, isolation gowns and face shields.
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HOW WE SUPPORT OUR CLIENTS
Community Health System Strengthening in the Democratic Republic of CongoCase Study
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, Katanga region between 2007 and 2018, International SOS provided technical guidance for a 2008 health baseline study and design of the CHAP (Community Health Action Plan), working with the DRC Ministry of Health and Not for Profit partners to revitalise the Health Zone through effective long-term planning, improved coverage and quality of care across health zones, and enhanced community participation.Public HealthAssistance
COVID-19 Vaccination Program in Papua New GuineaCase Study
COVID-19 is crippling Papua New Guinea’s fragile healthcare system. Vaccination is the only way to improve the situation. Working closely with the Papua New Guinean and Australian Governments, International SOS has stepped up to this challenge and implemented a vaccine delivery service.Public HealthCOVID-19
Laos Nam Theun Two Hydroelectric Project Community Health ProgramCase Study|Nakai District, Laos
International SOS designed and implemented in Laos (2005-2013) the Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project Community Health Program covering 8,000 people in 16 villages who were resettled in Nakai district.Public Health
Your Point of Contact
Head of Aid and Development, Government Services, Pacific - Canberra
Director of Public Health, Europe & Africa – Johannesburg
Vice President, US Government Services, Global Healthcare Systems, Americas – Washington DC