“As a young student, I benefited personally from the Foundation’s support of medical education programs. Today, I take my role as an educator just as seriously as my work as a physician.”

Dr. Luis Jáuregui, PAHEF Trustee; Associate Director of Education for Internal Medicine & Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases, St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo, Ohio

Grants Program

The Pan American Health and Education Foundation, a public, 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation, makes grants consistent with its mission to improve the health of the people of the Americas. Specifically, grants are given for projects that focus on operations research, policy development and capacity building, develop models with high potential for replication, have a clear end point and measurable impact, have a high probability of success, and support lines of work that fall within the priorities of the Foundation.

PAHEF is pleased to announce its Small Grants Program.

It focuses on two themes of:
  • Enhancing infection control practices.

  • Improving the health of the indigenous peoples of the Americas.

To learn more about this program, click on the button to the right.

Except within the guidelines of the Small Grants Program, PAHEF does not actively seek or accept unsolicited proposals.