The Farrar Foundation was established in 2011 by Jeremy Farrar and Christiane Dolecek to support young people in education, health, science or recreational activities in places the founders have long-standing connections to.
The Foundation focuses on a small number of established partnerships, providing our partners the opportunity for long term planning and a greater impact from our support.
Through local parterships, such as Quy Vuot Kho in Vietnam, we have been able to support access to education for almost 150 Farrar Foundation fellows across our projects.
Work supported by the Farrar Foundation has included networks of drones for rapid TB diagnostics in rural Nepal through to doctoral training in AI for Medical Diagnosis and care.
We support work, such as the Climbing For Fun projects by the Mountain Medicine Society of Nepal to increase the accessibility of sport in places dear to our hearts.