MAP International’s Impact

Who We Are

MAP International, (Medical Assistance Programs) is a global Christian health and relief organization that
partners with people living in conditions of poverty to
save lives and develop healthier families and communities.

Recognized for our 99% efficiency rating, we respond to the needs of those we serve by providing medicines, preventing disease and promoting health to create real hope and lasting change. Our mission is to advance the total health of people living in the world’s poorest communities.

In 2015, MAP responded to five natural and man made disasters, providing medicines and medical supplies valued at over $39 million. MAP’s response following the Nepal earthquake was one of our fastest to date and enabled us to be one of the first responding organizations, with reddit and CNN naming MAP as one of their select relief charities.

Throughout 2015, MAP continued to fight the resurgence of the Ebola virus in West Africa, providing over $15 million in aid and 33,000 Personal Protection Suits for health care workers. MAP responded in the Pacific to emergency situations in Vanuatu, Micronesia, and Guam and provided Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon with medical aid valued at over $2 million.


We are Financially Accountable

MAP International is committed to being a highly effective, accountable and transparent non-profit organization. 99% of the donated resources MAP receives go directly to our programs, and for every dollar donated, $60 in medicines and medical supplies is shipped to those in need. 

To assure our supporters of our commitment to providing full disclosure of our use of financial resources, MAP International submits its records for independent review. The following organizations affirm our commitments to good stewardship.  View Our Financials

At MAP International, financial accountability is something we strive for. In rare cases where donations exceed what is needed, or where local conditions prevent program implementation, MAP International will redirect funds to similar activities to help children and families in need.