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Our Impact

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Imamia Medics International works to promote access to quality health care and education globally. To do this successfully, we need to continuously measure our effectiveness and look at ways we can improve.

We create and apply various systems and methodologies to assess the nature of our global impact. In addition to project specific assessments, a vehicle for measuring our overall impact is through an evaluation against health targets in the global health arena.

Major actions undertaken based on UN MDGs specific targets 2009-2013

Imamia Medics International contributed to achieving the United Nations Millennium Development Goals in the following four geographical regions: Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America as follows:


  • Medical education and training provided to = 6,800
  • Medical placements and rotations arranged for = 180
  • Children fed or given nutritional care = 11,500
  • Mothers & caregivers provided nutrition training = 15,000


  • Medical education/training for women = 5,000


  • Children fed or given nutritional care = 11,500
  • Vaccinations/Immunizations for children = 12,000
  • Implemented program for infants/children with developmental disabilities in Iraq


  • Mothers and health professionals trained for prenatal and infant care = 25,000
  • Expectant mother given prenatal care = 11,800
  • Provided health services for women/girls through community clinics = 201,000
  • Community midwives trained = 1,000


  • Free HIV/AIDS screening, treatment & counseling camps = 6,000
  • Cardiac screening & treatment camps for = 8,500
  • Provision of general medical care to = 410,500


  • Medical education for youth = 3,000
  • Free or low-cost medicines provided to = 350,000

Moving forward with Sustainable Development Goals

In the post 2015 era of the new 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, global targets have improved to include more health targets including non-communicable disease as well as a greater understanding of the intersectionality of health into other sectoral impacts. As we move forward, IMI will shift to using the UN SDGs and associated targets.

Details on the new Sustainable Development Goals