History

The International Medical Health Organization (IMHO) is an international humanitarian organization founded in 2004 that strives to serve people and communities in need and promote their overall health and well being.

Devastated by decades of civil conflict and natural disaster (including the Asian tsunami of 2004), a group of physicians in the U.S. decided to give back to under-served communities in their native Sri Lanka. Through hope and compassion, the idea of IMHO took root and flourished.

Since then IMHO has provided life-saving support to communities in emergency situations and invested more than $4.8M in development projects in disadvantaged regions in 18 countries across the globe.

Today, IMHO is also a registered Private Voluntary Organization (PVO) with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) since 2008, and a proud member of InterAction, the largest conglomerate of US-based relief and development agencies.