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Around the world, people lack access to life-saving knowledge and expertise.

With Project ECHO, we know a world where life-saving best practices are available to every person, no matter their circumstance, is possible. Project ECHO’s revolutionary model provides training and mentorship to transform and sustain strong health systems where every person has fast access to the highest quality health care.

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People taking notes.
A pregnant woman looks down and smiles as she holds her bare stomach.
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Project ECHO 

Help us create a healthier and more equitable world by getting critical expertise to the communities that need it most.

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Our Reach  

199 countries
6,512 programs
5,420,000 echo session attendances
1,243 hubs
39 superhubs

 News & Stories


Educators Boost Literacy Knowledge through ECHO Education Program

In a new video, see how Project ECHO is applying the groundbreaking ECHO Model to New Mexico’s literacy crisis.

Mental Health

Building Support for Children in Foster Care

Being removed from their home and placed in foster care is a difficult and stressful experience for any child. Health care providers often don’t have the tools to connect this vulnerable population with the additional support they need.

Mental Health

Improving Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Care Across New Mexico

Empowering New Mexico’s health care professionals with the tools and resources they need to diagnose and treat children with mental health issues, regardless of where they live.

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Our Impact

The ECHO Model has been used around the world to support mentorship and training in health care, education, climate change and other social determinants of health.

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New Mexico

Two Decades of Giving New Mexicans Better Access to Health Care and Education

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United States

Focused on Implementing Long-Term Solutions for the Country’s Most Pressing Problems

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Building a Sustainable Network in Africa to Meet Fast-Growing Demand

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Transforming Health Care and Education in the World’s Largest Democracy

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Expanding in Asia-Pacific to Serve Some of the World’s Most Remote Communities

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Latin America

Expanding ECHO’s Reach in Latin America Through New Programs and Partnerships

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 Our Model

It’s a ripple effect. When one participant in ECHO shares their expertise with their peers, each of them can go on to improve the lives of hundreds of people in their communities.

The ECHO Model

Amplification: use technology to leverage scarce resources; Best Practices: Share best practices to reduce disparities; Case-Based Learning: Apply case-based learning to master complexity; Data: Evaluate and monitor outcomes.
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The Project ECHO Structured Literacy training makes a difference. Many of my students have gone from barely writing one or two complete sentences, to writing three-sentence paragraphs.” 

Arlene Marquez, Special Education
Elementary School Teacher
Grants, New Mexico

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It’s okay to reach out for help, and that’s exactly what I was able to do with Project ECHO. I wish every teacher in New Mexico could benefit from Project ECHO like I did.” 

Rebecca Ballingall, Elementary School Teacher
Montessori of the Rio Grande Charter School
Albuquerque, New Mexico

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It’s amazing for teachers to get together and get a better understanding of what teaching reading is about.”  

Lisa Michaud, Second Grade Teacher 
James Bickley Elementary School 
Clovis, New Mexico 

563 Evidence-Based Impact

More than 500 peer-reviewed research papers have demonstrated the effectiveness of Project ECHO.

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iECHO Platform

iECHO is our purpose-built software platform. It supports our trusted human network of mentors and participants around the world.

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