ACCESS Health International Announces Charitable Donation of $2.5 Million from Chair and Founder William A. Haseltine

ACCESS Health International | January 08, 2020

ACCESS Health International, a global health nonprofit, today announced a donation of 2.5 million USD from noted scientist, businessman, and philanthropist William A. Haseltine. The donation from the William A. Haseltine Charitable Trust Foundation for Science, Health and the Arts is expected to have a profound impact on ACCESS Health's work to help countries achieve universal health coverage through digital health technologies and health systems strengthening.

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