PHM International

Global support for international exchange, capacity development, and consulting.

PHM International helps companies, investors, and policymakers better understand trade opportunities and capacity development and how together they move the economic landscape around the world. We help leaders connect the dots; bringing together insights about sectors, markets, politics, policy and geopolitics that signal important and investable trends.

PHM International has a optimistic and strong view of the positive impact of international trade and emerging market development. Over the years our clients have included private sector companies and executives, multi-lateral agencies, governments, investment banks, institutional investors, fund managers, and global corporations.

PHM International, Inc. is active in supporting international exchange through several distinct services lines:

Training and capacity development: (PHM Institute and PHM-CEE);
Information for emerging markets: (Consulting Services);
Knowledge sharing and trade missions: (PHM International,

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All service lines focus on emerging markets and developing countries. The links will direct you to additional information.

PHM International is the established brand holder of the PHM Emerging Markets Healthcare Monitor,  PHM Training Management, GHAN – the Global Health Access® Network, and PHM Macedonia, LLC.

PHM-CEE is a NGO registered in Macedonia and supported in part by PHM International.

The PHM Institute, Inc. is a U.S. 501(c)(3) tax exempt corporation and a Florida registered non-profit.


Recent News



PHM-CEE Delivers Nearly $1m USD of Life Saving Cancer Medicines to Macedonia Patients

Less than one year old PHM-CEE, a Macedonia NGO, leads in helping cancer patients fight the disease.

Skopje, Macedonia, April 07, 2016 –(– PHM-CEE, a newly formed non-government organisation (NGO) for Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States, announces its first project: The delivery of no-cost cancer medicines and antibiotics to the Ministry of Health’s University Department of Oncology Skopje Hospital. [Read more…]