Amplify Our Impact

Project ECHO’s funding partners are champions of the ECHO Movement who provide invaluable guidance and financial support to develop solutions for all communities to thrive.

Together, we maximize impact to promote best practices across health and social determinants of health in the world’s most underserved communities, enabling governments, NGOs and community-based organizations to reduce inequities and strengthen health systems across the globe.

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Meet Our ECHO Visionaries

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Project ECHO is a powerful, affordable and scalable approach to significantly strengthen health systems to serve marginalized populations in the Global South. In watching the evolution of this organization, I have been particularly impressed in how they stepped up to support the global pandemic response, providing community, vital information and problem solving for local health care workers all over the world.”

Olivia Leland

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In my 37 years of program development work at the RWJF, I believe the ECHO Model will prove to be one of the greatest achievements we have had the privilege of advancing.”

Nancy Barrand
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

 ECHO Champions

Here are some of our valuable partnerships with foundations who help amplify ECHO’s impact around the world.

UBS Optimus Foundation

UBS Optimus Foundation

UBS Optimus Foundation’s partnership is providing training, mentorship, and support to midwives and other perinatal health providers in rural and underserved communities in the United States.

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Merck Foundation

The Merck Foundation provided a transformative grant to improve access to specialty care for complex, chronic conditions in underserved communities in India and Vietnam.


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Co-Impact’s catalytic support is enabling Project ECHO to scale its work across India. Building connection, capacity and motivation, this initiative is helping to ensure that 3-6 million people have access to quality, timely health care in their communities.