About Novick Cardiac Alliance

Conceived by the Founder Dr William Novick, a renowned Paediatric Cardiac Surgeon, Novick Cardiac Alliance is dedicated to ensuring advances in technology and knowledge to be meted out to the corners of the globe irrespective of geographic, ideological and every other differences. Their team consists of members from world class cardiac care centers who are desirous of imparting knowledge and skills to their partners in different parts of the globe. Please visit www.cardiac-alliance.org


About International Quality Improvement Collaborative for Congenital Heart Disease
Improving care in low- and middle-income countries

International Quality Improvement Collaborative for Congenital Heart Disease (IQIC) is our partner. The International Quality Improvement Collaborative (IQIC) for Congenital Heart Surgery in Developing World Countries was officially launched in 2008 to provide benchmarking data for congenital heart surgery in the developing world, with the overall goal of guiding quality improvement efforts and reducing mortality for congenital heart disease. Please visit https://iqic.chboston.org/

About Healing Little Hearts

Healing Little Hearts (HLH) was launched as an official registered charity in 2007 (Charity No: 1130194) and we provide Free Heart Surgery to those Babies and Children that need it the most. Although our work started out in India and is in by no means complete. We have recently branched out to Africa and Malaysia and we are hoping to continue branching out to other countries in desperate need of our help. Please visit http://www.healinglittlehearts.org.uk/


About Global Heart Network Foundation

The Global Heart Network’s project was initially started as a research project by Annabel Green-Lavielle while she was completing her program at the University of San Francisco in the Master of Non-Profit Administration. As her "Cap-stone" project she choose to conduct a survey among NGO’s in the Pediatric Cardiac Care vertical. Her findings from the survey gave her three imperatives to solve:
1. What is the best model for service delivery?
2. Have these models been evaluated for their efficiency?
3. Who are all the organizations that work in the developing world?
Please visit http://www.globalheartnetwork.net