• YES!!!! Doctors Without Borders Doctors Without Borders, is an international humanitarian-aid non-governmental organization and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, best known for its projects in war-torn regions Doctors Without Borders, USA is a International charity rated 4 of 4 stars by Charity Navigator.

  • Partners in Health One of the defining features that separates PIH from other NGOs is its commitment to hiring and training people who live in the communities where the organization works. Of the nearly 15,000 employees working for PIH, fewer than 150 are American Partners In Health is a International charity rated 3 of 4 stars by Charity Navigator

  • NO!!!! We were able to find out through further digging that any profits made by the Persuaders will be transferred to the Global Fund, but this still tells us nothing about the salaries it pays out, and in general how high are its overhead costs. http://www.nyudri.org/aidwatcharchive/2009/12/cui-bono-the-murky-finances-of-project-red™

    Project RED The mission of RED is to support the families whose children are returning to live with them after having lived in public and/or private shelters or orphanages in El Salvador. RED will support these families in three areas of concentration: Reintegration, Education and Development. RED will fulfill these key aspects of family reintegration by providing physical, psychological and spiritual support, with the chief aim being to create harmonious and healthy living situations that meet the needs of each returning child.


  • Against Malaria Foundation The Against Malaria Foundation is a United Kingdom-based charity that provides long-lasting insecticidal nets to populations at high risk of malaria, primarily in Africa

  • Noooo!!! Engenderhealth To reflect the fact that its mission had expanded beyond sterilization, in 2001 the organization changed its name to EngenderHealth, added the taglineImproving Women’s Health Worldwide,” This global project worked in more than 20 countries around the world to improve family planning, maternal health, and postabortion care services.

  • Clinton Health Access Initiative The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI) was founded in 2002 with a transformational goal: help save the lives of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS in the developing world by dramatically scaling up antiretroviral treatment. When CHAI was founded, many viewed this goal as unreasonable because health systems in poor countries were too weak and prices of relevant drugs and diagnostic tests were too high. CHAI played a leadership role, working alongside governments and other partners, to lower the costs of treatment and help build the in-country systems necessary to provide lifesaving treatment to millions of people.