IMA World Health aims to build healthier communities by collaborating with key partners to serve vulnerable people. IMA works to fight diseases targeting specific disease that plague the developing world and keep people in poverty. Program areas focus on: health system strengthening; partnerships; technical support; capacity development to maximize organizational impact on health care and the systems to sustain those improvements. IMA also works on women’s empowerment through promoting health, equality and opportunity for women around the world. IMA is operational in Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Indonesia, Kenya, South Sudan and Tanzania.
The IMA publications section has a list of technical resources including repositioning primary health care, morbidity management, malaria guides, emergency obstetric care, maternal & newborn child health, advocacy tool, presentation, human resources for health, Ebola study, and project reports.