Interested in collaborating with the HPN Project? Does your organization work with community health workers? Do you have an interest in respiratory care in the developing world? We would love to be in touch with you and explore ways to collaborate.



We are currently soliciting financial support for a number of projects.  In addition to the HPN, the HPN team is developing an electricity-free oxygen concentration (the NeOx) and an electricity-free suction device to assist with newborn respiration.  To support the research, manufacturing, and distribution of the HPN and other ventures, we have established the Cortina Global Medical Fund, a 501-c3 named after the Spanish Jesuit engineer, Jon de Cortina (pictured above), who devoted much of his life’s work to serving the poor in El Salvador.   Please contact us if you’re interested in learning more about how your tax-free donation can help improve the lives of millions of people who suffer from respiratory illness.