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Nexleaf is a non-profit technology company that provides organizations, governments, and manufacturers sensors that are designed to provide real-time monitoring and data collection. Sensors are paired with cell-phone-based technologies to access important information from remote locations.
The Eastern Viasayas Area Cooperation in Health (EVAcoh) consists of social health enterprises (SHEs) organized by PHANSUP, a nongovernmental organization , working in tandem with the VICTO and its network of cooperatives in Region 8. It is a method of investment in the provision of health services.
The Comprehensive Health Incentive Scheme of Leyte Province was introduced by Governor Carlos Jericho Petilla in 2004 with the attempt to address the perennial problems of financing and human resource attrition in local government unit (LGU) hospitals.
Mother Bles Birthing Clinics (MBBC) are networks of PhilHealth accredited birthing health facility started in Leyte Province. KaKaK Foundation, which serves as the non-profit private partner, manages the general requirements of all birthing clinics, including PhilHealth accreditation and marketing.
The project aims to advance the nutritional status of children under five by improving food practices, the per capita dietary energy requirement, and maternal health, and decrease morbidity/mortality from non-communicable diseases, through nutrition education sessions for various target groups.
The Health Education Advocacy on Radio (HEAR) Program is an effort to educate the general public about common health issues, quality healthcare, proper maternal and child care, infectious diseases and lifestyle diseases, particularly for those living in remote areas of the Philippines.