ResourceLinC is proud to say that we have assembled
" A Powerful Network of Leading Medical, Technology, Research Institutions and Industry Associations"
With our strong network of dedicated strategic partner alliances and institutions, we are able to offer some of the most comprehensive offerings of products and services that have global recognition and accolades.
Whether you are looking for a leading edge business, technology, Telehealth, project management, economic development or medical solution, ResourceLinC is able to address your requirements especially given our relationships and programs from top-tier universities for networking and knowledge exchange, or tailored research.
ResourceLinC and our partners will help you to translate breakthrough research into actual "Real-Life" practice.
EMG-Africa, LLC is a Medical Informatics and Telehealth Company; its purpose is to develop, promote and implement various health care strategies primarily using Information and Communication Technology. Evaluation and monitoring of the efficacy and functionality of these strategies will be continuous.
The initial step is to set up a network of health care providers; this network will include clinics and hospitals with web-based connections. Patient records will be stored electronically in a secure and confidential manners; access will be via personal identification number (PIN). The provider network will then develop a strategy to acquire and distribute drugs and medicines as well as monitor and evaluate the efficacy of the medicines.
Concentration will be directed toward HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis but will include other infectious and non-infectious disorders. Emphasis will be placed on voluntary testing and counseling (VTC) for HIV/AIDS along with education and prevention.
The web-based connection will be used for distance learning and continuing medical education (CME) for health care providers. Distance learning and remote consultations can be obtained through hyper links with Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins and Med-Line, etc.
The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA), established in 1993, is at the forefront of strengthening and facilitating the commercial relationship between the United States and the African continent. CCA works closely with governments, multilateral groups and business to improve the African continent's trade and investment climate, and to raise the profile of Africa in the US business community.
CCA members believe that Africa's future success depends upon the ability of its entrepreneurs and business people to create and retain wealth through private enterprise. American corporations and private individuals can contribute most effectively by building partnership and reaching out to the African private sector in the areas that America knows best: private enterprise, investment capital, technology transfer and management.
CCA programs are designed to bring together potential business partners and raise Africa's investment profile in the US by developing critical contacts and business relationships and providing a forum for the exchange of information and ideas.
The Penn Center for AIDS Research (Penn CFAR) was established in July 1999, designating it as one of 20 NIH-funded CFARs in the U.S.
The primary mission of the Center is:
to create an infrastructure to foster basic, clinical, social and integrated HIV/AIDS research on campus;
to identify funding opportunities and encourage involvement by Penn investigators in new and emerging areas of AIDS research;
to coordinate efforts to develop resources on campus that would be of general use to AIDS researchers;
to promote educational activities and training opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students; and,
to identify underrepresented research areas in order to facilitate faculty recruitment.
The principal mechanism by which this environment is fostered is through the creation of shared resource core facilities that provide expertise, resources, and services that are not otherwise available. CFARs are expected to provide "added value" to their participating institutions by sponsoring and supporting training and educational initiatives, stimulating translational research, developing emerging scientific technologies and opportunities, and facilitating the recruitment of high quality AIDS/HIV faculty.
CFARs are also expected to address international and domestic populations hardest hit by the AIDS epidemic by:
strengthening the capacity for HIV/AIDS research in developing countries
supporting research on prevention and treatment of HIV infection in hard-to-reach, and hardest hit domestic populations, especially in inner city, rural poor, and disadvantaged minorities.
With the support of the Secretary General for COMESA, a Federation of National Associations of Women in Business in Eastern and Southern Africa (FEMCOM) was established in Harare, Zimbabwe in July 1993. COMESA/ FEMCOM has the endorsement of the Authority made up of Heads of State and Governments of the 20 COMESA member countries.
The COMESA Treaty recognizes FEMCOM and deems it one of its created institutions.
COMESA/ FEMCO with its history and success of working with all of the member countries has forged an alliance with the American and African Business Women's Alliance and ResourceLinC to develop the concept of Edu-TeleCenters. The proposed Edu-TeleCenters with endorsement from the G8 Digital Opportunity Taskforce for ICT in Healthcare,(CAR Joint Project) will provide HIV/ AIDS education, prevention and awareness programs, business development activities to elevate the Socio-economic situation of women and families, employment assistance, healthcare centers, education/ distance learning and women's rights/ empowerment
The Civil-Military Alliance to Combat HIV and AIDS (CMA) is a technical consulting group addressing health and security issues and, in particular, HIV/AIDS prevention and training in the uniformed services - and in humanitarian emergencies, post-conflict and peacekeeping settings.
The purpose of the Alliance is to promote inter-sectoral cooperation in combating HIV/AIDS and closely related diseases - sexually transmitted infections and tuberculosis - though the promotion of effective health and prevention policies, strategies and training programmes in both civilian populations and the uniformed services.
The Alliance supports HIV/AIDS prevention, care and training among the "uniformed services". These encompass military, police, paramilitary, civil defence and civil protection forces, and peacekeeping forces (at home and during foreign deployment); and their families and communities
The American and African Business Women’s Alliance (AABWA) is an organization whose members represent business and professional women from America and Africa engaged in trade and investment. AABWA was established to foster business opportunities and access to markets through networks, linkages, mentoring and leadership development for women. AABWA seeks to increase international and intra-Africa trade and investment by encouraging business partnerships within the African continent and with the United States. AABWA is singularly focused on developing management skills in women that promote private sector trade and increased investment between these two great regions. Looking to the future, AABWA foresees a period of increasingly accelerating opportunities for women entrepreneurs and women corporate executives to realize their true growth potential in trade and commerce. As long-standing barriers to advancement fall and recognition of the managerial skills and capabilities of women in business grows, AABWA will stand ready to provide the resources necessary to foster such progress and success in America and Africa, as well as in the international marketplace in general.
The Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS is a rapidly-expanding coalition of international businesses dedicated to combating the AIDS epidemic through the business sector’s unique skills and expertise. The GBC was established in 1997. In 2001, Richard Holbrooke, former US Ambassador to the United Nations, was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer. The GBC has embarked on an ambitious program of policy leadership and advocacy to increase dramatically the involvement of the business sector.
Juergen E. Schrempp, the Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler Chrysler AG was appointed Chairman of the GBC at the Annual Awards for Business Excellence Ceremony in June 2002.
brings together the collected knowledge of international experts in the areas of health systems organization and management, information technology, clinical care, epidemiology, telemedicine/telehealth, health promotion and health services policy.
The Africa TeleHealth Group provides a staged introduction to telehealth programs in the African market, focusing on geographic coverage and service issues. Initially, the services are being introduced in cooperation with a variety of international development agencies, including private sector participation with Mediastats leading and academic institutions.
Africa Telehealth brings medical and technical knowledge and facilities to Africans living in both rural areas and urban centres.
We are associated with the American Telehealth Group, the European Telehealth Group and the Ugandan Ministry of Health.
United Nations G-8 Digital Opportunities Taskforce:
Promote ICT for Health Care and in Support Against HIV/AIDS and Other Infectious and Communicable Diseases
Enhance the valuable uses of ICT in health education, knowledge sharing, monitoring, statistics, and delivery of care and in meeting internationally agreed health targets, particularly in the areas of HIV/AIDS and other infectious and communicable diseases.
Expand the use of ICT in the campaign against HIV/AIDS and other infectious and communicable diseases utilising appropriate forms of communication such as community radio, broadcast media, telecommunications and the Internet. The initiative should be focussed in severely affected areas with content, applications and strategies shared and replicated more broadly.
Create an "ICT Against HIV/AIDS" network in partnership with governments, the private sector, non-profit and international organizations emphasizing a) the logistical and management aspects of treatment in the field, and b) preventative measures through the dissemination of information to the general public, health sector professionals and policy makers.