How it Works

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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  • Operation ASHA is a registered non-profit that has taken TB treatment to the doorsteps of 6.1 million individuals living in disadvantaged areas. It operates in over 3,000 villages and slums in eight states spread across India and two provinces in Cambodia.
  • BRAC Manoshi is a five year urban maternal, neonatal and child health programme that equips Shastho Karmi (SK) health workers with mobile phone-based data collection software, allowing them to more efficiently record and report vital patient information in a simple and standardized format.
  • Saúde Criança aims to promote the biopsychosocial well-being of children and families who live below the poverty line by approaching health in an integrated way and as a social inclusion instrument.
  • ColaLife is a non-profit working with Coca-Cola to open their distribution channels in developing countries in order to supply their Kit Yamoyo which contains crucial ‘social products’ – such as oral rehydration salts, high-dose vitamin A, water purification tablets – to save children’s lives.

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