Our partners and networks

CATHCA  - Catholic Health Care Association 

The Catholic Health Care Association of Southern Africa (CATHCA) is the Catholic Church’s associate body for health in South Africa, Botswana and Eswatini.

CATHCA exists to empower an evolving health care network of 200+ community-based member organizations serving the poor and marginalised. The organisation has forged a relationship of mutual trust with its members, which is rooted in pragmatic solidarity, meaningful accompaniment and commitment to the principle of leaving no‐one behind. CATHCA embraces collaboration with like-minded folks that support coordinated efforts towards health system strengthening and are dedicated to uphold the right to health and wellbeing for the most disadvantaged.


digitalHUB Aachen e.v.

The digitalHUB Aachen e. V. is committed to the digitalisation of the economy and the public sector in the Aachen region. Members are SMEs, industry, start-ups and institutions that support the goals of the association. The digitalHUB Aachen brings together start-ups and IT SMEs (digital “enablers”) with traditional SMEs and industry as users (digital “users”) in the digitalCHURCH to jointly develop and realise new digital business models. This is supported by the region and science (“supporters”). In this way, an euregional “Aachen Area” is being created as a digital innovation land. The digitalisation centre of the digitalHUB Aachen is part of the initiative “Digitale Wirtschaft [Digital Economy] NRW (DWNRW)” and one of six funded centres for the digital economy in NRW.


EPN - Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network

The Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN) is a Christian, not for profit organization with its secretariat based in Nairobi, Kenya. Born of the Christian Medical Commission (CMC) of the World Council of Churches (WCC) in 1981, the organisation assigned a pharmaceutical adviser to provide technical pharmaceutical support to church health programmes in Africa.
EPN ist committed to the provision of quality pharmaceutical services as a means to achieving global goals and targets on health and access to quality medicines. Its area of focus has been in strengthening pharmaceutical systems, supply chain, and training and capacity building within the faith-based system.
EPN also aims to provide just and compassionate healthcare to communities in the most marginalized and remote areas where national government health services are limited, even in hard-to-reach areas of mainly sub-Saharan Africa.
The EPN network has a total of 141 members in 38 countries: 32 Christian Health Associations (CHAs), 24 Health Systems Strengthening organizations, 18 Church Health Institutions (CHIs), 21 Drug Supply Organizations and 46 Individuals.



Ecumenical Pharmaceutlical Network
German Doctors 

The German Doctors is a medical aid agency (NGO), which is active worldwide. Since every person has the right to receive medical care, our projects provide this healthcare. Whether individuals infected with HIV, undernourished children with deficiency syndromes, or people with chronic diseases, the German Doctors help everyone who needs help, all over the world and voluntarily.

German Doctors 

Good Shepherd International Foundation 

GSIF supports programs and designs activities, with special attention given to:

  • Girls and women’s well-being and leadership development
  • Economic justice and livelihoods
  • Safeguarding and protection of people in vulnerable conditions
  • Food security and care for the environment
  • Safe migrations and anti-human trafficking

Good Shepherd International Foundation

Jesuit Worldwide Learning 

JWL provides equitable high-quality tertiary learning to people and communities at the margins of societies – be it through poverty, location, lack of opportunity, conflict or forced displacement – so all can contribute their knowledge and voices to a global community of learners and together foster hope to create a more peaceful and humane world.

Jesuit Worldwide Learning

Laudato Si' Movement 

The LS is a spirit-led movement that brings Catholics together to accomplish our stated mission, in collaboration with all people of good will. The movement brings together a broad range of Catholic organizations and grassroots members from all over the world. These members walk together in synodality and communion with the universal Church on a journey of ecological conversion. Guided by a spirit of subsidiarity, when the timing and context are right, together they create or engage with local Laudato Si’ Circles and Chapters and connect with the global movement in a wide range of initiatives to bring Laudato Si’ to life.

Laudato Si' Movement