Medical Care Development International

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MCDI is a division of Medical Care Development Inc, Augusta, Maine. As an international NGO, MCDI has been accorded consultative status (Roster) with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. MCDI is a founding member of the CORE Group of PVO's.


The mission of MCDI is to enhance the well-being of peoples and communities in developing nations by means of technical assistance in the areas of health and socio-economic development. We seek to empower families with the knowledge and behavior necessary to improve infant and child survival and maternal health and care.


We develop and disseminate tools, mechanisms and strategies that improve access and management of health care services. We work with a wide spectrum of organizations, from grassroots community groups to multi-lateral donor institutions, to improve the quality and quantity of care, make it affordable to the neediest people on earth.


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Country Portfolio

MCDI has conducted or is currently carrying out projects in the following countries:

Africa (click below for an interactive map)

Interactive Map of Africa

Asia


Europe


The Americas



Our Staff

The professional staff of MCDI is comprised of individuals with an array of expertise salient to health sector interventions. The staff includes senior public health physicians, health economists, health planners, human resource management specialists, health facilities and equipment specialists, GIS programmers, et al. The staff is uniquely diverse with representatives from approximately 12 countries, all working with a shared vision; language capability associated with this diversity is operative. Most of the professional staff has worked for or with major international donor agencies, including but not limited to the World Bank, the African Development Bank, the US Agency for International Development, the Pan-American Health Organization, and the UN.


Staff expertise is supplemented by senior consultants available through MCDI's affiliations with universities, private consulting firms, and technical centers throughout the world. Ongoing relationships are maintained in countries where MCDI is present. The basis of MCDI's success is the strength of its professional staff and consultants working together and combining their professional skills under a joint leadership.


MCDI staff brings to international projects a cultural sensitivity that it has gained through cross-cultural experience and collaboration with host-country professionals around the world. Many staff work in remote areas of the world, hence, training local counterparts has been an important factor in the success that MCDI has achieved in project implementation.


Equally important is the ability of Headquarters staff to respond quickly and to provide support to the ever-changing needs of field staff and to developments in the field. Some of the firm's best work has been in the multi-disciplinary design and supervision of projects implemented in culturally complex and physically challenging environments.


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Areas of Intervention

African Child Photo

 Child Survival

  • Immunization
  • Combating diarrheal diseases
  • Acute respiratory infection
  • Integrated management of childhood illnesses

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HIV Research Photo

 HIV/AIDS/TB

  • HIV prevention care and treatment
  • Prevention of mother to child transmission
  • Promotion of anti-retroviral therapy
  • HIV/AIDS/TB co-infection

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Malaria Treatment Photo

 Malaria Treatment & Control

  • Reduction in malaria transmission through indoor residual spraying
  • Intermittent presumptive treatment of pregnant women
  • Proper case management of uncomplicated malaria using ACT

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Architecture Photo

 Architecture & Engineering

  • Health facility surveys
  • Preparation of design and tender documents for facility construction/renovation
  • Equipment specifications
  • Construction management

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Rehab Photo

 Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Services

  • Provide disabled war victims with prosthetic and orthotic appliances
  • Provide physical therapy services
  • Support the social and economic reintegration of the disabled in Sudan

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Health Sector Photo

 Health Sector Reform

  • Design of health manpower rationalization/development strategies
  • Health facility demand and location modeling
  • Implementation of decentralization strategies

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Water Photo

 Water Supply & Sanitation

  • Construction of water supply and sanitation infrastruction, e.g., wells and latrines to reduce morbidity and mortality among children and women of reproductive age
  • Introduce home-based management of water quality

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Health Care Financing Photo

 Health Care Financing

  • Evaluation and reform of national health care financing strategies
  • Health sector expenditure reviews and national accounts
  • Health system and program cost assessments
  • Evaluation, design, and implementation of community financing, including risk-sharing and credit schemes
  • Demand for care and pricing analyses