MedAlliesWorld® Lifeline Foundation

Diversity Entrepreneurs Partnership Initiative (D.E.P.I.)


Global-Assist Polyclinic Solutions (G.A.P.S.)

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U.S. Child & Youth Development Fund

Our Mission

The U.S. Child & Youth Development Fund’s mission is to ensure the sustainability of programs that provide high-quality, comprehensive education and developmental support to disadvantaged children and youths across the U.S.

Our Vision

MedAlliesWorld® Lifeline Foundation envisions a world in which all high-quality, comprehensive education and developmental support programs for disadvantaged children and youths can thrive. Furthermore, we aspire that the programs we are able to support will add to the overall economic health and well-being of the communities in which they operate.

The Challenge

Throughout the U.S., programs that serve the most vulnerable children and youth are struggling to survive. The early childhood education and developmental support that these programs provide for children and school-aged youth are essential for the well-being of our communities. Unfortunately, many programs that were already running on limited resources are now threatened by the financial impacts of COVID-19. These programs are a safety net that our children cannot afford to lose.

The Impact of COVID-19

The pandemic is placing new strains on disadvantaged families, and some children are being left behind. Some children have reduced learning time and absenteeism because of the pandemic. With the advent of online learning, a lack of access to computers and internet only exasperates this problem. As more families are forced to keep their children at home now, childcare registration has dropped dramatically - leaving essential community programs without the funds to survive.

This decrease in registration impacts everyone: the owners of these small businesses, their employees, young people, and the communities they belong to.

We need to act now to ensure that these high-quality organizations providing education and developmental support to disadvantaged children can pay for operating expenses and resources, retain their employees, and keep their programs open for the long term. By funding the educational and development services that our children rely on, the U.S. Child & Youth Development Fund will ultimately also support the health and well-being of entire communities.

According to the National Child and Youth Well-being Index (CWI), there has been an increase in the number of children throughout the U.S. who live in poverty. Single parent homes have also increased. Most concerning is the increasing trend in suicide rates for children and youth. Better opportunities for education and childcare can help reverse these trends and support a strong future for American children. Donate now to help us make this possible.

Our Objectives

The U.S. Child & Youth Development Fund (CYDF) proposes three, primary objectives that will empower us to achieve our mission. These objectives are:

  1. To establish strategic partnerships with childcare organizations that provide high quality early education and child development services to children and youth but are struggling to survive.
  2. To generate funds for child and youth education and development programs in collaboration with corporate partners, strategic partners, grant-makers, and individuals.
  3. To develop and implement advanced training and professional development programs for managers and new entrepreneurs who are responsible for leading organizations that provide services to children and youth.

Our Strategic Partners

U.S. Child & Youth Development Fund campaigns are supported in part by the financial contributions of MedAlliesWorld®’s Global Healthcare Market (G.H.M.) strategic partners:

  • Global Healthcare Markets & Business Directory
  • G.H.M. Media & Expo
  • G.H.M. Magazine
  • G.H.M. Depot

MedAlliesWorld® G.H.M. implements business-oriented tools that drive health-industry solutions to vital nonprofit initiatives in the U.S. and to healthcare and wellness problems in developing countries worldwide.

MedAlliesWorld® G.H.M. invites the global health industry’s manufacturers, supply chain operators, hospitals, specialty clinics, physicians, and all health service providers to join G.H.M. in their respective communities and across their targeted markets. Each G.H.M. advertising member or partner will reap valuable short and long-term returns on their investment in G.H.M., while simultaneously contributing to MedAlliesWorld®’s Global-Assist Polyclinic Solutions (G.A.P.S.) individual funds.


Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

MedAlliesWorld® Lifeline Foundation and the U.S. Child & Youth Development Fund do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, gender, religion, or country of origin.

About Us

MedAlliesWorld® Lifeline Foundation Inc is the non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to these Global-Assist Polyclinic Solutions (G.A.P.S.). It promotes collaborative partnerships with local healthcare and wellness professionals, community and regional business operators, and global market partners.

The Global-Assist Polyclinic Solutions (G.A.P.S.) coordinates the implementation of nonprofit healthcare initiatives and funding for children & youth development programs in developing communities.

Diversity Entrepreneurs Partnership Initiative (D.E.P.I.) implements public benefit-targeted initiatives and fundraising campaigns. Those community-driven campaigns support medical education and research, career development, entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion, capital funding for healthcare practice and management and for healthcare supply chain management.

Teams & Network Communications Liaison


Project Management Liaison

MBA in Entrepreneurship & Project Management - Florida International University - B.S. in Business Administration / Marketing - University of South Florida - Accredited in Medical Sales / Member of the Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA)

Quinne Renée

M.A.W. Communications Liaison

B.S. in Environmental Studies - University of Central Florida - Accredited in Medical Sales / Member of the Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA)
Covid-19 Graduate – Class of Challengers 2020 – No graduation gowns and caps, no inspiring commencement speeches. Just a global class of thriving challengers.

David Chris

Network Development Liaison

B.A. in Communications – George Mason University - Accredited in Medical Sales / Member of the Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA)


Strategic Partnership Liaison

B.A. in Communications – University of Virginia - Wise - Health and Wellness Marketing / Coaching


Nonprofit Executive Board Advisor - MedAlliesWorld® Lifeline Foundation

B.S. Psychology - George Washington University – Assistant Vice President at a major hospital Conglomerate - 35 years as healthcare management executive / patient relations and financial services

Chris Otu
(U.S. Bantu)

Founder & Chairman

MedAlliesWorld (M.A.W.) - Global Healthcare Markets (G.H.M.) - Global Assist Polyclinic Solutions (G.A.P.S.) - A Diversity Entrepreneurs Partnership Initiative (D.E.P.I.)

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U.S. Child & Youth Development Fund
is promoted and managed by:

MedAlliesWorld® Lifeline Foundation, Inc.
A nonprofit 501(c)(3) Organization.

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