Fistula Foundation

Right now, women in the world’s poorest countries are suffering. They suffer because they are too poor to afford surgery that costs about $450 dollars. Our solution is simple.

 

Description

SAN JOSE, CA – EIN 770547201  fistulafoundation.org

Fistula Foundation is dedicated to treating women suffering from obstetric fistula, a devastating childbirth injury that leaves a woman incontinent. Surgery is the only cure. Fistula Foundation provides more life-transforming fistula repair surgeries than any other organization in the world. We believe that no woman should endure a life of misery and isolation simply for trying to bring a child into the world. We are committed to accountability and transparency, and receive the highest ratings from every industry watchdog group.

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Fistula Foundation

Fistula Foundation
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Founded2000
FocusMaternal Health
Location
Area served
Africa, Asia
MethodAid
Key people
Kate Grant (CEO), Anne Ferguson (Deputy Director), Lindsey Pollaczek (VP Programs)
Websitewww.fistulafoundation.org

The Fistula Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization focused on treatment of obstetric fistula, funding more repair surgeries than any other organization.[1][2] They currently support hospitals and doctors in over 20 countries across Africa and Asia.[3] Fistula Foundation is dedicated to treating obstetric fistula by covering the full cost of obstetric fistula repair surgery for poor women who would otherwise not be able to access treatment. They also provide fistula surgeon training, equipment and facility upgrades that make fistula treatment as safe as possible, and post-surgery counseling and support for healed patients. Fistula Foundation has been recognized by several organizations for its transparency and efficiency, earning a top "A" rating from Charity Watch and a four star rating from Charity Navigator for 14 years in a row,[4] placing it in the top 1% of charities reviewed on the site. Fistula Foundation has also been selected as one of 22 charities recommended[5] by Princeton Professor Peter Singer's organization, The Life You Can Save.[6] The organization's cost-effectiveness was also noted by GiveWell in 2019.[7]

History

The Fistula Foundation was founded in 2000 by Richard Haas and his daughter Shaleece Haas, who left the board in 2005. It is headquartered in San Jose, California. Since its inception, the organization has raised more than $87.6 million from donors from more than 81 countries.[8] Until 2008, the Foundation supported only the work of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia, founded by Dr. Catherine Hamlin and her husband Reginald Hamlin.[9] In 2009, Fistula Foundation expanded its mission from funding one hospital to addressing fistula globally.[10] Since then, they have supported projects in a total of 32 countries across Africa and Asia.[11] The organization currently funds sites in more than 20 countries, and enables more surgeries than any other organization in the world, public or private.[12] In 2020, they surpassed 50,000 surgeries since expanding their mission in 2009.[13]

Focus

The current need for fistula treatment far outstrips supply. For every woman who is treated, there are an estimated 50 more women who go without, according to the Foundation[14] and affirmed by meta-analyses.[15] Because of this, Fistula Foundation focuses primarily on treatment, either directly through fistula repair surgeries, or by removing barriers to treatment through training of surgeons and the provision and equipping of medical facilities.

Since expanding to a global mission in 2009,[10] the organization has grown to help address the large unmet need. They now provide more support than any other organization including USAID[2] and the United Nations.[1] Countries where the Foundation has supported projects include Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Malawi, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.[16]

Fistula Foundation also funds surgeon training, growing the pool of skilled fistula surgeons with the ability to perform what can be a very complex surgery. The organization supported the FIGO Fistula Training Initiative,[17] which works to build the capacity of fistula surgeons in accredited training centers using the FIGO Global Competency-Based Fistula Surgery Training Manual. The manual is the only global competency-based standard for fistula surgeon training, and was authored by a former Foundation Board Chair, Dr. Sohier Elneil.

Leadership

Fistula Foundation is led by CEO Kate Grant, who joined the organization in 2005 as its first chief executive. Under her leadership, the Foundation has grown from supporting one facility in one country to become the global leader in fistula treatment. During her tenure, the Foundation more than quadrupled its revenue and has supported more than 15 times the number of fistula treatment surgeries it supports. In 2014, Ms. Grant was the recipient of the American Marketing Association Foundation "Nonprofit Marketer of the Year Award."[18]

The Foundation has a seven-member Board of Directors; the chair is Bill Mann. Fistula Foundation meets all Better Business Bureau Standards of Charity Accountability, and is a Top-Rated Charity on GreatNonprofits.[19] In 2015, it was selected by the investment firm Motley Fool as their holiday 'Foolanthropy' partner,[20] raising over $75,000.[21] ConsumerReports published a list of recommended charities for the 2018 holiday season, naming Fistula Foundation as on of five international organizations.[22]

In 2019, the rigorous charity evaluator GiveWell said of Fistula Foundation: "From an initial cost-effectiveness analysis, our best estimate is that Fistula Foundation may be in the range of cost-effectiveness of our current top charities."[7] GiveWell's evaluation of the organization is ongoing.

Partnerships

The Foundation is a partner of the United Nations Population Fund’s Campaign to End Fistula.[23] Other partners have included Direct Relief, the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) and the International Society of Obstetric Fistula Surgeons (ISOFS). The Foundation was a primary funder of the Global Fistula Treatment Map.[24]

When the organization expanded to fight fistula globally in 2009, its first surgeon partner was Dr. Denis Mukwege of Panzi Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo.[25] This partnership has continued ever since, and in 2018, Dr. Mukwege was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.[26] Another notable partner is Edna Adan Ismail,[27] founder of the Edna Adan Hospital and University,[28] former First Lady and Foreign Minister of Somaliland, and the country's first qualified nurse midwife.

Fistula Foundation has received funding and support from Johnson & Johnson. The company has partnered with Fistula Foundation for the last decade, providing more than $2 million in support.[29]

In 2014, Fistula Foundation launched its first countrywide treatment network in Kenya with seed funding from Astellas Pharma EMEA.[30] The initiative is designed to treat women, train more fistula surgeons, and build a lasting network of treatment providers. The Foundation launched a second countrywide treatment network in Zambia in 2017, with the support of Johnson & Johnson. Cumulatively, the networks in Kenya and Zambia have treated more than 7,300 women, added 12 facilities to a nationwide fistula treatment network, certified 14 new fistula surgeons at FIGO global competency level, and held over 28,101 community outreach events designed to educate communities about obstetric fistula, how to identify it and where to receive treatment.[31]

Media

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nicholas D. Kristof has consistently covered the Foundation's work in his New York Times column, most recently in October 2019.[32] He first mentioned the organization in June 2005,[33] and again in June 2006,[34] February 2007,[35] October 2009,[36] December 2009,[37] May 2010,[38] May 2011,[39] May 2012,[40] June 2013,[41] February 2014,[42] March 2015,[43] March 2016,[44] and February 2018.[45]

The Foundation also continues to generate attention through Grant's articles in international publications including The Guardian,[46] The Lancet,[47] The San Jose Mercury News,[48] Medium, and The Huffington Post.[49] The Foundation was also featured in Kenyan television (CitizenTV,[50] NTV[51]) for celebrating the grand opening of the Gynocare Women's & Fistula Center, a hospital funded by Foundation's donors. Dr. Hillary Mabeya, co-founder of Gynocare, published an op/ed about his work as a fistula surgeon in US World and News Report in May 2018.[52] PBS NewsHour aired a segment on Fistula Foundation's countrywide treatment network in Kenya in December 2017.[53] The organization has also garnered coverage in The Independent,[54] Rolling Stone,[55] USA Today,[56] Reuters,[57] NewsWeek,[58] NewsDeeply,[59] Money Magazine,[60] and MSN News[61].

Fistula Foundation will be featured prominently as a top effective charity in the 10th anniversary edition of ethicist professor Peter Singer's book, The Life You Can Save. Dr. Singer's partnership with Fistula Foundation is longstanding.[62] In 2015, Dr. Singer put on a concert with Grammy Award-winning musician Paul Simon to benefit Fistula Foundation, which raised over $150,000 for fistula care.

The Foundation was a primary sponsor of the documentary film A Walk to Beautiful which won the Best Feature-Length Documentary of 2007 from the International Documentary Association[63] as well as an Emmy for best long form documentary in 2008. The film tells the story of five Ethiopian women treated by Dr. Hamlin and her staff at the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital. PBS's NOVA is the other major sponsor of the documentary.[64] In 2016, Comedian Louis C.K. won $50,000 for the Fistula Foundation on the Jeopardy! "Power Players" edition.[65] Fistula Foundation was also featured in Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book: Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide.[66] This campaign included the popular Facebook-based game, Half the Game.[67] Thanks to $250,000 in support from Johnson & Johnson, players of this game can help fund fistula treatment in the real world, through online actions in the game.

Allan Rosenfield Award

Fistula Foundation's Allan Rosenfield award recognized outstanding contributions of those who have left a deep and accomplished legacy for Fistula Foundation and its mission. The award was inaugurated in 2012, and is named for the late Dr. Allan Rosenfield, who served on the organization's board of directors for five years. As dean of Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, Dr. Rosenfield was known globally for his pioneering leadership and myriad of contributions to the field of women's health.

In 2016, Conrad Person of Johnson & Johnson was awarded for his key role in forging an enduring partnership between the Foundation and its biggest corporate sponsor.[68] In 2017, Jerry Goldstein was honored as Fistula Foundation's longest-standing volunteer, dedicating a portion of his time every week since 2005.[69] Several past Board Members have been presented with the award, including Larry William, Rob Tessler, Jerry Shefren, Kassahun Kebede, Linda Tripp, and Teri Whitcraft.

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THE FISTULA FOUNDATION

SAN JOSE, CA 95126-1457 | Tax-exempt since April 2001
  • EIN: 77-0547201
  • Classification (NTEE)
    Rehabilitative Medical Services (Health — General and Rehabilitative)
  • Nonprofit Tax Code Designation: 501(c)(3)
    Defined as: Organizations for any of the following purposes: religious, educational, charitable, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering national or international amateur sports competition (as long as it doesn’t provide athletic facilities or equipment), or the prevention of cruelty to children or animals.
  • Donations to this organization are tax deductible.
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