Our Member Orgs

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Member Directory

ADANEC
Mexico
CHD Malaysia
Malaysia
Camp Odayin
United States
Conquering CHD
United States
Cuore Matto
Switzerland
Herznetz.Ch
Switzerland
Hole in the Heart
United States
JEMAH e.V.
Germany
Let It Echo Inc.
Philippines
Mending Kids
United States
Sisters by Heart
United States
Siut
Pakistan
Surgeons of Hope
United States
Team Heart, Inc.
United States
The Heart Chamber
United States
Zipper Sisters
United States

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The Global ARCH Alliance is free and open to all organizations whose mission is serving CHD and/or RHD patients. Our member groups are primarily patient- and family-run organizations. Humanitarian and professional organizations that educate and support CHD and/or RHD patients and families are also welcome to join.

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Brave Little Hearts Namibia

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Brave Heart

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Nahimeh Jaffar 

Nahimeh Jaffar has worked as a certified Project Manager (PMP) in various fields, including Public Health, Biotech, and Pharmaceuticals, working within clinical settings such as hospitals and clinics. In addition, she worked with global communities in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, supporting various social impact projects. Ms. Jaffar has been involved in preventive health initiatives in collaboration with the Center for Disease Control (CDC, USA) and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS, USA).

 

Ms. Jaffar holds an MBA in Business Development from the Swiss Institute of Higher Management, Vevey, Switzerland, and a bachelor’s degree in Consumer Affairs from California State University, Northridge, USA.

Amy Verstappen, President

Amy Verstappen has been a patient advocate and health educator since 1996, when her own challenges living with a complex heart defect led her to the Adult Congenital Heart Association, where she served as president from 2001 to 2013. She has served as an advisor to the Centers for Disease Control the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; and the International Society for Adult Congenital Cardiac Disease, and worked with congenital heart patient and professional groups throughout the USA and the world.  Ms. Verstappen received a Masters in Education in 1990 and a Masters in Global Health in 2019.