MAP International 2022 Annual Report

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2022 Annual Report
Going miles to bring

2022 Board of Directors

Dr. Allen Craig, Vice

Susan Roeder, Treasurer

Linda Freeman, Secretary

Ed Buckley

Paul D’Antonio

Michael Erisman

Dr. Lars Hungerford

Alan Ichikawa

Michael Knighton

Welby Leaman

Jim Leonard

Peter Limeri

Doug Lowe

Dr. Ron Moolenaar

Abidemi Oseni–Oyebode

Glen Reed

John Reid

Rich Reynolds

Steve Stirling

The year 2022 was a fruitful one at MAP International. Because of God’s provision for us through our faithful donors, partners, staff, and volunteers, we were able to reach more people than ever before with health and hope for the future.

As you read the highlights of 2022 in this report, we hope you will join us in praising God for His provision – for us, and for the millions of people that we serve. And as we enter the new year with expectation, we hope you will share our excitement for what is to come.

Our vision is to double MAP’s impact around the globe within the next five years. To that end, we are doubling our warehouse space in 2023 so that we can increase the amount of medicine, health supplies, and disaster relief supplies that we are able to distribute around the world.

MAP could not reach this level of growth without the dedicated work of our Board Chair. For the last five years, Jim Barfoot has stood at the helm of our Board of Directors and has led us boldly through many challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic. After four years of faithful service, Jim is stepping down from his role as Board Chair.

Jim is a dependable man and an outstanding leader. He has been an integral part of advancing MAP’s mission globally and has helped lay the foundation for our vision of expansion. We are profoundly grateful for the work he has done, and we are indebted to him for his selfless service to MAP.

Assuming the role of Board Chair is Susan Roeder. Susan is a retired CPA who serves as the liaison for partners in ten nations through the global ministry of her local church, has over two decades of experience doing “hands-on” mission work in many corners of the world, and has faithfully served on MAP’s Board of Directors for over 6 years.

“It is an immense privilege to serve as the Board Chair while MAP is on the cusp of such significant expansion. As a MAP board member, I have watched time and time again as God provided for our needs as an organization, and I look forward to having a front row seat to His provision in the future.”

As we celebrate the way God used MAP to bring hope for a better future to millions of people in 2022, we wait with eager expectation to see how He is going to expand our capacity to bring hope to even more people in 2023.

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A message from our President & CEO, and Board Chair

2023 Warehouse Expansion Project

Through a collaborative network of donors, partners, staff, and volunteers, MAP International distributed more than $700 million worth of life-changing medicine and health supplies to over 86 countries.

Now, MAP has a vision to double our impact by 2028. However, this goal will only be attainable with the expansion of our warehouse facilities. MAP’s current 40,000 square feet of warehouse space is beyond capacity. In order to expand our worldwide impact, we need to also expand the space where we receive, store, and prepare our donated medicine and health supplies for distribution.

In December 2022, MAP celebrated the groundbreaking for a new warehouse facility that will provide an additional 43,000 square feet of storage space next to our existing warehouse and distribution center in Brunswick, Georgia.

Scheduled for completion before the end of 2023, this new facility will more than double MAP’s distribution center capacity – and with it, our capacity to help more people in the years to come.

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MAP has served millions of people in 86 countries.

$745,372,921 medicine delivered an increase of $119 million from 2021

$37,549,164 disaster relief provided an increase of $24 million from 2021

86 countries served

Countries where MAP provided medicine and health supplies in 2022

Our mission is to provide medicine and health supplies to those in need around the world so they might experience life to the fullest.

Global Impact 2022
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16,462,459 Prenatal Vitamins

Patient Treatments to 49 Countries

119,568 Oral Rehydration Salts

Patient Treatments (2,989,200 Total Sachets) to 45 Countries

1,816,915 Deworming Medications

Patient Treatments to 15 Countries

805,661 Antibiotics

Patient Treatments to 57 Countries

Bringing Children Health Program (BCH) is a targeted initiative of MAP International to increase global health equity for access to antibiotics for children in need.

324,543 children reached an increase of 243,000 from 2021

Over 27 million people in the United States live without health insurance.

In response, MAP International is partnering with several clinics in seven states to improve access to life-changing medicine for people with chronic conditions like asthma, hypertension, Type I & II Diabetes, and high cholesterol.

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participating clinics in seven states AL, CA, GA, IL, TN, TX, VA

167,197 treatments provided an increase of 130,000 from 2021

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MAP’s Domestic Medicine Program (DMP)
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LEBANON

Lebanon is facing a healthcare crisis caused by an economic collapse in 2019. Medicine is so scarce that patients are rationing their medication or taking nothing at all. This is leading to preventable severe health issues and even death.

In 2022, MAP worked with a partner in Lebanon to send shipments of prenatal vitamins, antibiotics, and medicines for patients who suffer from chronic conditions like asthma and diabetes. By providing access to these essential medicines, our hope is that people will not be forced to choose between their health and putting food on the table.

LIBERIA

Over 50% of Liberia’s population live in poverty, and approximately 90% lack access to consistently safe drinking water. With few resources, illness and disease are widespread.

Last year, MAP sent a regular shipment of health supplies and prenatal vitamins to the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Liberia. In addition to these supplies, this particular shipment also included medicines for the treatment of cancer and mental health conditions. All medicines are important, but medicines like these are also saving and transforming lives for Liberians in need.

UKRAINE

It has been a year since Russia invaded Ukraine and sparked a humanitarian catastrophe, leaving over 42,000 people dead and more than 50,000 injured. As the conflict continues, a staggering 14 million Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes because of the violence. Over the last year, MAP has responded to the crisis by sending 38 shipments of essential medicine and supplies to Ukraine. These shipments have included 8 Interagency Emergency Health Kits, each containing enough medicines and supplies to serve 10,000 people for 90 days, as well as over 35,000 Disaster Health Kits.

DISASTER RELIEF

• Responded to nine disaster relief efforts:

Ukraine/Russia Conflict

USS Comfort – Guatemala/Honduras

COVID-19 Response

Midwest Tornadoes

Kentucky Floods

Burkina Faso Crisis

Savannah, GA Tornadoes

Hurricane Fiona

Hurricane Ian

• Rushed

118,920 Disaster Health Kits to help treat injured and displaced people

GUATEMALA

ETHIOPIA

A violent civil war and widespread famine has placed a significant burden on Ethiopia’s healthcare system. The resulting shortage of medicine is having devastating effects on people’s lives.

MAP is collaborating with a partner to distribute autoimmune, rheumatoid arthritis, and antimigraine medications to hospitals that serve the rural population of Eastern Ethiopia, with the goal of long-term impact on the health and hope of Ethiopians.

• 17 countries served

Preeclampsia is a treatable high blood pressure disorder that can occur during pregnancy. However, due to the lack of access to basic prenatal and delivery care, expectant mothers in Guatemala are experiencing the highest mortality rate in Latin America.

Last summer, MAP delivered a shipment containing 2,000 patient treatments of medicine used to treat preeclampsia to our partner in Guatemala. This shipment also contained 58,000 patient treatments of prenatal vitamins, because all people – no matter how young –deserve the chance to live life to the fullest.

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Impact Highlights
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Where there is dire need, MAP is there.
map.org | 10 Statement of Financial Activities map.org 11 2022 2021 2020 Support and Revenue Contributions 10,556,227 27,963,147 8,676,612 Donated inventory 612,651,487 791,166,114 577,233,702 Handling charges and service fees 2,738,317 2,595,981 2,383,865 Investment income / (loss) (58,261) 291,009 40,941 Other revenue 26,829 82,521 5,521 Total Support and Revenue 625,914,599 822,098,772 588,340,641 Expenses Program Services Essential medicine distribution 683,214,450 563,332,259 667,586,275 Disaster and disease management 37,549,164 71,738,494 13,445,230 Community health development 30,439,410 13,093,046 33,727,405 Total Program Services 751,203,024 648,163,799 714,758,910 Supporting Activities General and administrative 742,310 564,923 574,752 Fundraising 5,497,615 3,786,786 2,703,838 Total Supporting Activities 6,239,925 4,351,709 3,278,590 Total Expenses 757,442,949 652,515,508 718,037,500 Change in Net Assets 131,528,350 169,583,264 (129,696,859) Net Assets, Beginning of the Year 267,169,253 97,585,989 227,282,848 Net Assets, End of the Year 135,640,903 267,169,253 97,585,989

MAP is honored to partner with these faithful domestic and international organizations who played a significant role in delivering MAP’s life-saving medicine and health supplies to those in need around the globe.

We are grateful for the dependable and generous support of the following corporations and foundations.

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MAP is recognized for its efficiency and effectiveness by the following charity watch dog agencies:

Earned a coveted four-star rating from Charity Navigator, the highest level of achievement, including a 100% score for accountability, finance, leadership and adaptability.

Awarded GuideStar’s Platinum Seal of Transparency. This is the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information.

Ranked #19 on the “America’s Top Charities for 2022” list by Forbes magazine, which awarded MAP a perfect ‘100’ score for Fundraising Efficiency and Commitment.

Met the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability set by the Better Business Bureau.

Learn more at www.map.org/financials.

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2022 Awards and Recognition map.org

The annual Bill Foege Global Health Awards are given in honor of people and organizations who have made substantial contributions to the progress of global health.

Congratulations to our 2022 Bill Foege Global Health Award Winners:

Dr. Helene Gayle – Spelman College, President

Dr. James Curran – Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Dean

Alliance for Paired Kidney Donation

Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor:

Thanks to our Platinum Sponsors:

Thanks to our Gold Sponsor:

2022 Bill Foege Global Health Awards map.org | 16 PresentedAnnually by MAPInternational
Bill Foege
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