American Women’s Hospitals Services
AWHS supports overseas clinics that provide care to rural and urban underserved populations. Read more about our supported clinics below and click here for stories and news about the inspiring work people are doing to help others. To apply for an AWHS clinic grant please review our clinic grant application. Application due date is July 30.
Founded for the relief of poverty, sickness and distress, the Friendship Clinic Nepal supports nearly 50,000 villagers in the area around Meghauli, Chitwan, Nepal.
Founded by AMWA member, Dr. Stephanie Van Dyke, Engeye is a 501(c)3 non-profit that works to improve the lives of Ugandans through its affordable health clinic in Ddegeya Village, Uganda. Engeye also operates a scholarship program to empower the next generation of Ugandans. Founded in 2006, the clinic now sees approximately 15,000 patients per year.
SARHC is an acute care clinic developed to address the health and social needs of about 5,000 immigrant refugees living in northwest San Antonio. The primary goal of this clinic is to serve as an initial trustworthy location for refugees to overcome their inhibitions and adequately address their health care issues and social needs.