The Foundation for the Development of Africa is a non-membership, private, not-for-profit company actively involved with initiating and facilitating business and other processes conducive to sustainable development in Africa-with the emphasis on sustainability.

The World Association for Infectious Diseases and Immunological Disorders (WAidid) was founded in July 2014 to advance the scientific research in the field of infectious diseases and immunology and to disseminate information on the related pathologies both at National and International level.

The Paediatric Surgery Online Society (P.S.ON.S) is an online collaboration. P.S.O.N.S gathers together a network of paediatric surgeons all around the world. On our dedicated site, surgeons may participate in discussion forums create blogs to discuss their surgical experiences author chapters and pages.

The Federation of African Medical Students’ Associations General Assembly (FAMSA GA) is the largest gathering of African medical students and professionals anywhere in the world. The General Assembly serves as the annual meeting of African Medical students under the umbrella of the Federation of African Medical Students’ Associations (FAMSA), an association with the vision of improving the health of the African people. This year’s 32nd general assembly will be celebrated with our partner organizations including the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation Afro region (IPSF Afro). The previous editions of the general assembly have been held in various parts of Africa, with the most recent ones being held in: Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Cameroun and Kenya. This 32nd edition is proposed to have the largest attendance in the history of FAMSA as the 50th anniversary of the federation is planned to be celebrated in grand style with a high-impact, world-changing conference for all delegates.

The Tshemba Foundation’s (a non-profit organization) mission is to improve access to healthcare in low-income communities in Limpopo and Mpumalanga, while enriching the lives of the qualified medical professionals who join our volunteer programme. Tshemba offers a unique experience that juxtaposes a luxurious and relaxing holiday atmosphere with the needs of under-resourced rural hospitals and clinics. Volunteers (local and international) will reside in a five-star game lodge while providing essential medical care at Tintswalo Hospital and the surrounding clinics, as well as teaching local healthcare providers.