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Advancing quality donation practices is too large a job for a single organization. 


That's why we are engaging, challenging, and equipping manufacturers, hospitals, healthcare systems, medical surplus recovery organizations, and product recipients to eliminate poor donations and better meet vulnerable people's needs.


We need Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations (MSROs), Donation Recipients, Product Donation Recipients, Non-Profit/Non-Governmental Organizations, Health Systems, Hospitals, Corporations, Foundations, Academic Institutions, Associations, Consultants, and Individuals to:

Connect stakeholders to opportunities.

Learn across the global health community.

Share innovations and capacity-building resources.

Commit to medical donation standards.


Affiliation with the global health leader - Task Force for Global Health. We only take on problems we know can be solved, and we do it through powerful, global collaborations because we are in the business of solving problems.


The Task Force for Global Health advocacy programs, government affairs partners, and Non-State Actor in Official relations with WHO status positions the MSA to inform product donations policies and build program awareness.  


Networking and information sharing opportunities with MSA members.

Opportunities to help develop and access cross-sector product donation initiatives.


Opportunities to help develop and access cross-sector product donation initiatives.

Technical and capacity building assistance and broader organizational support, including, informational webinars, donation program initiatives, standards and accreditation program development.

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