Our diverse advocacy team conveys the voices of the populations MedGlobal serves and their humanitarian and health priorities to the public sphere in order to attract attention to their situation, contribute to the public debate, and influence governmental and UN policies. MedGlobal raises awareness about the realities people face in humanitarian crises and low-resource settings in order to improve access to healthcare, build resilience, and eliminate disparities in health.
MedGlobal engage with the humanitarian and global health communities, the US government, USAID, the Congress, the UN, international NGOs, and multilateral institutions through our membership in local health clusters as well as being an active member in multiple global and US-based coalitions, including:
Interaction, the largest coalition of US-based NGOs working to eliminate extreme poverty, strengthen human rights and citizen participation, safeguard a sustainable planet, promote peace, and ensure dignity for all people.
Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition, a global coalition of NGOs that advocate for protection of healthcare workers in areas of conflicts and wars. MedGlobal is a member of the Steering Committee.
Every Breath Counts, a global coalition of NGOs, companies, funders, and governments and the world’s first public-private partnership to support national governments to reduce COVID-19 and pneumonia deaths by supporting critical health infrastructures like oxygen generators, concentrators, ventilators, pulse oximeters, training and education.
Charity & Security Network, a coalition that coordinates among nonprofit organizations to address issues that hinder their ability to carry out effective humanitarian, development, and peace-building programs, including sanctions, lawfare pushback and financial issues.
American Relief Coalition for Syria, a coalition of US-based humanitarian organizations that provide humanitarian aid to the people of Syria.
Global Nutrition Cluster, a coalition of NGOs that collectively strengthen the technical and coordination capacities for nutrition in countries, based on the needs of affected populations.