Medicine for the world.
2020 Annual Report
A message from our President and CEO, and Board Chairman
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Everybody gets sick. Not everybody gets medicine. Since 1954, MAP International has been working to bring health and hope to those suffering from disease and disaster around the world. As we reflect on 2020 – a chaotic and turbulent year in many ways – we are humbled by the abundant faithfulness that God has poured out on MAP. With God's help, MAP reached more than 20 million people in 86 countries, delivering more than $708 million dollars’ worth of essential medicines and health supplies. As you read through this annual report, you will see the highlights of what God has done through MAP this past year. Despite the challenges of a pandemic, MAP reached a record number of people and plans to further that progress in the coming year. You will also see in this report that we are committed to financial transparency and being trustworthy stewards of the resources that are given to us, ensuring that every dollar does the most good for as many people as possible. What the numbers cannot show you are the faces of the people that have been touched by MAP – the stories of children whose lives were saved by antibiotics, expectant mothers who received critical prenatal vitamins and delivered healthy babies, families who felt hope when they received disaster relief supplies after the devastation of a hurricane. None of these stories would have been possible without the faithful and generous support of our donors, partners, staff, and volunteers. Collaboration is at the core of what we do, and our MAP family has worked tirelessly to deliver critical medicines and health supplies to the world’s most vulnerable people in the darkest of circumstances. With God’s continued favor and faithfulness, we will continue to touch, and save, even more lives in 2021. With heartfelt thanks,
Steve Stirling President & CEO
Jim Barfoot Board Chairman
2020 Board of Directors
Jim Barfoot, Chairman Allen Craig, Vice Chair Susan Roeder, Treasurer Linda Freeman, Secretary Mark Bell Ed Buckley Jr. Wanda Burgund Michael Erisman Sven Gustafson Ken Gustavsen Lars Hungerford Alan Ichikawa Michael Knighton Jim Leonard Peter Limeri Abi Oseni – Oyebode Glen Reed John Reid Rich Reynolds Bob Rowan Steve Stirling
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MAP International by the Numbers
Medicines delivered RX
Disaster relief provided
Our mission is to provide medicines and health supplies to those in need around the world so they might experience life to the fullest.
Global Impact 2020
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More than 20 million people served worldwide in 86 countries.
Countries where MAP provided medicines and health supplies in 2020
2020 Impact Highlights
Disaster Relief • Responded to 11 disaster relief efforts: Hurricane Dorian Venezuelan Refugee Crisis US/Mexico Border Crisis Tennessee Tornadoes Puerto Rico Earthquake Philippines Earthquakes, Volcano & Typhoons COVID-19 Beirut Explosion Iowa Derecho Hurricane Laura Hurricane Sally
• Rushed 42,624 Disaster Health Kits to help treat injured and displaced people.
• Over 4,000,000 people received lifesaving medicines and personal protective equipment to fight COVID-19.
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Angola | Argentina Armenia | Australia | Bahamas Bangladesh | Belize | Benin Bhutan | Bolivia | Brazil Burma | Burundi | Cambodia Cameroon | Central African Republic | Chad | China Colombia | Costa Rica Dem People's Rep of Korea Dem Republic of Congo Dominican Republic Ecuador | Egypt | El Salvador
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Statement of Financial Activities
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Disaster and disease management
Community health development
Total Program Services
Total Supporting Activities
Support and Revenue Contributions Donated inventory Handling charges and service fees Investment income Other revenue Total Support and Revenue Expenses Program Services Essential medicine distribution
Supporting Activities General and administrative
Total Expenses Change in Net Assets Net Assets, Beginning of the Year Net Assets, End of the Year
2020 Top Mission Partners
MAP is honored to partner with these faithful domestic and international organizations who played a significant role in delivering MAP’s life-saving medicines and health supplies to those in need around the globe.
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2020 Top Pharmaceutical Partners and Foundations
We are grateful for the dependable and generous support of the following pharmaceutical partners and foundations.
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Ethiopia | Gabon | Gambia Gaza, West Bank | Ghana Grenada | Guatemala | Guinea Guyana | Haiti | Honduras Hong Kong | India | Italy Jamaica | Japan | Jordan Kenya | Kyrgyzstan | Lebanon Liberia | Madagascar | Malawi Malaysia | Mali | Mexico Micronesia | Moldova Mongolia | Morocco | Nepal Nicaragua | Niger | Nigeria
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2020 Awards and Recognition
MAP International is known as an organization that delivers quality medicines to those in need with a remarkably low overhead. We are dedicated to financial transparency, good stewardship, and fiscal accountability. In 2020, MAP was honored to receive GuideStar’s Platinum Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition offered by the world’s largest source of nonprofit information. Charity Navigator, another reputable charity watchdog, has given MAP International an impressive 4-star rating, and Forbes recognized MAP on their annual Top Charities list. MAP was 1 of only 5 charities on the list of 100 to be awarded both 100% in Charitable Commitment and 100% in Fundraising Efficiency. Learn more at www.map.org/financials.
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MAP’s Domestic Medicine Program (DMP)
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Over 27 million people in the United States live without insurance. In response, MAP International is partnering with several clinics in three states to improve access to life-changing medicine for people with chronic conditions like asthma, hypertension, Type I & II Diabetes, and high cholesterol.
MAP’s Domestic Medicine Program (DMP)
Total Number of Participating Clinics
(22 in GA; 1 in VA, 1 in IL)
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Pakistan | Panama Papua New Guinea | Paraguay Peru | Philippines | Puerto Rico Romania | Rwanda Senegal | Sierra Leone Somalia | South Sudan Spain | St Vincent Swaziland | Tanzania Thailand | Togo | Uganda Ukrainian SSR | United States Venezuela | Vietnam Zambia | Zimbabwe
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Focus on Distribution Center in Brunswick
The team members who work in MAP International’s global distribution center in Brunswick, GA, are the unsung heroes of the organization this past year. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S., the distribution center staff at MAP made the sacrifices necessary to keep operations running smoothly so vital medicines and health supplies would continue to reach the people that needed them. The distribution center is a 40,000 square foot facility that acts as a Foreign Trade Zone with U.S. Customs, which allows MAP to purchase and import products without duties. All donations of products (GIK) and all MAP-purchased products are inventoried, stored, and shipped from this facility. Using a highly efficient process, MAP was able to serve over 20 million people in 2020, delivering life-saving medicines and much-needed health supplies to people in nearly 90 countries who would not have had access otherwise. When COVID-19 stopped many in their tracks, the distribution center staff at MAP International worked tirelessly to ensure that medicines and health supplies reached those most in need around the world. In a year wrought with so many challenges, these team members behind the scenes ensured that MAP could continue to respond to global disasters and disease with health and hope.
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2020 Bill Foege Global Health Awards
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The 2020 Bill Foege Global Health Awards event, scheduled for April 30, 2020, was cancelled in order to re-purpose donations raised for the event to help MAP International fight COVID-19.
Congratulations to our 2020 Bill Foege Global Health Award Winners:
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Dr. Paul Farmer, Partners in Health Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, Former Secretary, HHS & Founding Dean President Emeritus, Morehouse School of Medicine Mr. David Abney, UPS, CEO and Chairman UPS Thanks to our Platinum Sponsor:
Thanks to our Gold Sponsors:
Frank & Liz Blake The Tomé Foundation The Abney Family Foundation
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