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Program Map

Program Statistics

    • 1377 Programs
    • 129 Countries

Programs

Recently Added

  • Jamii Smart (meaning “smart families”) aims to convert the huge success of M-Pesa, Safaricom’s mobile wallet solution, into an effective mHealth solution that significantly improves MCH by modeling on existing, sustainable mobile technologies from end users.
  • Community Benefits Health creatively uses non-monetary incentives to cultivate communities’ investment and commitment to supporting and improving maternal and child health in Ghana.
  • Action for Community Development is a Uganda-based non-governmental organization working to employ innovative solutions in the areas of human rights, HIV/AIDS, reproductive and child health, and systems strengthening in Eastern Africa.

Staff Picks

  • Riders for Health (Riders) is an international NGO and not-for-profit social enterprise that manages vehicles used for health care delivery by partner organisations in sub-Saharan Africa. We manage 1,300 vehicles across sub-Saharan Africa.
  • BlueStar Vietnam is a clinical social franchise that provides reproductive health (RH) services in seven provinces in all three geographic areas of Vietnam. It is the first intervention to target the private healthcare sector to promote FP and safe surgical and medical abortion services in Vietnam.
  • 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.
  • LifeNet International (LN) is a not-for-profit which uses a franchise model that includes nurse training, growth financing, pharmaceutical supply, business training, and marketing to improve the delivery of healthcare in Burundi and Uganda.