International paediatric partners

The College works with a number of international paediatric and health organisations to share best practice, to deliver examinations and educational courses and to work together on local projects to support child healthcare. Some of our current partnerships are listed below.


Educational programmes

We work with these partners to deliver our educational programmes, such as our Effective Educational Supervision series.

  • College of Paediatrics, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia
  • Egyptian Members Association of RCPCH (EMA-RCPCH)


    We work with international partners to plan and deliver our examinations in test centres around the world.


    • Egyptian Members Association of RCPCH (EMA-RCPCH)

    Hong Kong

    • Hong Kong College of Paediatrics


    • Amari Group of Hospitals (REACH India collective)

    • Ankur Institute (REACH India collective)

    • Kanchi Kamakoti CHILDS Trust Hospital (REACH India collective)

    • Kokilaben Ambani Hospital (REACH India collective)

    • Manipal Hospital (REACH India collective)

    • Medanta City Hospital (REACH India collective)

    • Rainbow Children's Hospital (REACH India collective)


    • Academy of Medicine of Malaysia, University of Malaysia


    • Myanmar Paediatric Society

    • Yangon Children's Hospital Myanmar


    • Grande Hospital supported by Kanti Children's Hospital 


    • OMSB Oman Medical Specialty Board


    • Pakistan Paediatric Association

    Saudi Arabia

    • King Abdulaziz University Hospital KSA


    • National University of Singapore (NUS)

    Sri Lanka

    • Sri Lanka College of Paediatricians


    • University of Khartoum Sudan

    United Arab Emirates

    • College of Medicine and Health Sciences, UAE University, Al-Ain, Abu Dhabi
    • Latifa Hospital, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai
    • Tawam Hospital, SEHA, Al-Ain, Abu Dhabi
    • Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, SEHA, Abu Dhabi
    • Al Qassimi Hospital, Ministry of Health and Prevention, Sharjah

    Global child health programmes

    Through RCPCH Global we work with international partners to share and build expertise, which will advance the quality and scope of global child health care.

    • UNICEF - World leading organisation working for children in danger
    • World Health Organisation - Directing international health within the United Nation’s system and leading partners in global health responses
    • Rwanda Paediatric Association
    • Myanmar Paediatric Society


    • International Network of Paediatric Surveillance Units - The advancement of knowledge of uncommon childhood infections and disorders and the participation of paediatricians in surveillance on a national and international basis; the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit, of which the RCPCH is a partner, is a member