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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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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  

208 countries and areas
6,903 programs
5,916,000 echo session attendances
1,330 hubs
41 superhubs
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I find [ECHO to be] a very powerful model for capacity building, especially in the country where I come from: where we have few health care workers, very few specialists. I find it such a great, feasible model that can actually be applied even in resource-constrained settings.”

Lydia Caroline Nalule
E-Learning Specialist, Infectious Diseases Institute
U.S. Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention ECHO Program Partner
Kampala, Uganda 

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Because of the previous system [in South Africa], there are still a lot of disparities and inequities. We adopted ECHO because we needed an innovative solution to help address these disparities: where we could diagnose the patient early, and we could train doctors and nurses in the periphery.”  

Dr. Daniel Osei-Fofie
Director, Cancer ECHO Program
Kimberley, Northern Cape Province, South Africa 

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In one of the states [in India], the general population previously had zero access to address their mental health issues. Doctors who have been trained [through ECHO] are now writing prescriptions [for easily treated conditions] and referring patients to specialists.” 

Dr. Kumud Rai
Co-Founder and Chairman, ECHO India
New Delhi, India  

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A rural health care worker can’t travel to the capital to attend a training on new guidelines. It would usually be years before new information or best practices made it to them. Now, with ECHO, that learning happens really fast.” 

Dr. Steven Wiersma
Medical Director, U.S. Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention ECHO Program
Lusaka, Zambia 

 News & Stories

Emergency Preparedness

Project ECHO On the Frontlines with the Sudanese American Medical Association 

Sudanese medical providers quickly learn critical war-time skills to save lives

Maternal Child Health

‘Every Infant Matters’ for this Mother-Daughter Nonprofit Team  

With the ECHO Model’s support, Dr. Shelly Batra and Dr. Radhika Batra reach more mothers around India with high-quality health care.

Health Care

ECHO Supports Infection Control Network in Africa

Project ECHO’s multi-year partnership with ICAN bolsters infection control throughout Africa.

ECHO Around the World

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  • 100+ Active Programs
  • 10-99 Active Programs
  • 1-9 Active Programs

*Active within the past 12 months

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

Tackling Our State’s Most Urgent Health and Education Priorities

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United States

Working Toward Systems-Change for Sustainable Impact

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Co-Creating Scalable and Affordable Solutions

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Strengthening Health Care Systems Since 2008

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Impact at Scale Through Government Partnerships

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Latin America

Local Leaders Paving the Way

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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.

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

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