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CHMI’s digital platform provides a way for people to learn about and connect with programs striving to improve the health of the world’s poor.

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  • ADDO is a donor-supported initiative led by the Tanzanian Food and Drug Authority to train and license small, privately operated retail outlets in rural and poor areas to sell a set list of essential medicines, including selected prescription drugs.
  • Changamka MicroHealth is an integrated health financing company that utilizes an electronic platform, accessible by mobile phones, to facilitate the financing of healthcare services for the working poor in Kenya. This includes a health savings account, e-vouchers, and microinsurance scheme.
  • Swasth is a network of self-sustaining health centers located in slums that provides quality & affordable primary healthcare services to India's urban poor. Supported by a Community Outreach Program and a referral network, they act as gateway to comprehensive health services.
  • Jacaranda Health is a Kenya-based social enterprise that combines business and clinical innovations to create a fully self-sustaining and scalable chain of maternity clinics. The clinics provide affordable, high-quality maternal and child health services to poor urban women.

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