The William Davidson Institute (WDI) is a nonprofit research and educational institute established at the University of Michigan in 1992. Through a unique structure that integrates healthcare and base of pyramid (BoP) research, educational outreach, field-based collaborations, and development consulting services, WDI creates long-term value for academic institutions, partner organizations, and donor agencies active in emerging markets.
VillageReach is a nonprofit global health innovator developing new solutions to critical healthcare challenges in low- and middle-income countries.
Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN) is a Christian, nonprofit, independent organization committed to the provision of quality pharmaceutical services as a means to achieving global goals and targets on health and access to medicines. EPN is a worldwide network of associations, institutions, and individuals who have an interest or are involved in the delivery of just and compassionate quality pharmaceutical services.
To achieve the goal of the well-being of humanity through smart globalization, the Rockefeller Foundation funds a portfolio of initiatives that link and interlink to achieve meaningful and measurable impact.