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Seva Foundation

Seva Foundation works to reduce avoidable blindness, working with partners in 19 countries, to help communities develop high quality, sustainable affordable eye care services.

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Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology

The Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology is the implementing body of the Nepal Eye Program, which was launched in 1992.

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Vision Centers

Vision Centres are permanent sites that provide communities with access to culturally appropriate and affordable eye care.

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Orasel KIT, Cambodia

Abt/POUZN’s principal implementing partner, Population Services International (PSI) in March 2006 launched the world’s first diarrhea treatment kit, called Orasel KIT®, in Pursat and Siem Reap districts of Cambodia.

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Sokapheap Krousat Yeugn (SKY) Micro-Health Insurance

SKY, “Sokapheap Krousat Yeugn,” is an innovative micro-health insurance program for the rural poor in Cambodia. SKY seeks to improve the health of Cambodians by providing affordable and accessible Social Health Insurance and quality care.

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Peer Educator Network for Diabetes in Cambodia

The World Diabetes Foundation has worked in Cambodia since 2005 with the purpose of raising awareness of diabetes among the lay population and improving the quality of and access to treatment for people with diabetes. The Foundation’s programs operate across the country.

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Community-Based Health Insurance

Community-Based Health Insurance in Thmor Pork is a voluntary community-based and not-for-profit health insurance that was initiated by Cambodian Association for Assistance to Families and Widows (CAAFW) in 2005 to improve health of the pre-poor/the poor and protect them from health-related crisis.

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Public Private Mix for Tuberculosis, Malaria and Reproductive Health

The Public Private Mix (PPM) is a model that has been initiated and implemented by Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) Cambodia to enhance the quality of health care services, by strengthening providers’ capacity and linkages between the public and private sector.

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3Is in Continuum of Care

3Is is an integrated strategy to reduce TB-related morbidity, mortality and transmission, especially for those have co-infections of tuberculosis (TB) and HIV/AIDS, through increased early detection and proper treatment.

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Community/Peer Initiated Testing and Counseling (C/PITC)

Community/Peer Initiated Testing and Counseling (C/PITC) are community-based testing facilities that have been initiated and implemented by Cambodian government to increase an uptake of HIV testing by high risk groups.

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Health Equity Fund Managed by Pagoda

With the financial support from Canada, Buddhist for Health (BFH) started Health Equity Fund Managed by Pagoda (HEFP) in Takeo province in 2003. This is a health care financing scheme which is initiated to improve the health of very poor people in rural area.

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RHAC Clinics

Clinics were established and run by local non-profit organization (RHAC) since 1996 to improve sexual and reproductive health of Cambodian people. At beginning, a RHAC clinic was open to serve people in Phnom Penh and then the clinic has grown to 18 clinics in eight provinces and one city.

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Eye Care Foundation, Cambodia

With support from the Netherlands and the Lions Club (USA), Comprehensive and Appropriate Eye Care programs were established in 1999 by Eye Care Foundation Cambodia to improve eye health of people in five provinces.

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Special Operating Agency (SOA)

Special Operating Agency (SOA) in Health is a supply-side oriented mechanism transformed from contracting and implemented by the Cambodian government through the use of government staff as contractors to improve the quality of health care services for people, mainly the poor and vulnerable.

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The Lake Clinic (TLC)

The Lake Clinic (TLC) is a mobile boat clinic that serves isolated populations on the Tonle Sap Lake.

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Condom Social Marketing for Dual Protection: HIV Prevention and Family Planning in Cambodia

PSI/Cambodia and PSK's condom social marketing program ensures the promotion and distribution of affordable HIV and pregnancy prevention products at convenient locations throughout the country, using a total market approach that targets social marketing at most-at-risk populations.

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Malaria Control in Cambodia (MCC)

MCC is a community-based control and prevention project to reduce malaria-related impacts in the western part of Cambodia. URC does this through the provision of support to the Cambodian National Malaria Control Program (CNMCP), along with sub-national and private sector programs.

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Pay for Performance (P4P) in Health

The P4P (Payment for Performance) Program in Cambodia facilitates the access of quality healthcare for the poor by subsidizing health care costs at affordable rates for the poor and providing incentive payments to contracted health care providers and patients.

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Youth Friendly Services

Youth Friendly Services is a special clinical service that has been implemented by Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia (RHAC) since 2007 to improve the health of the youth in Cambodia.

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Telemedicine for Care Services

Telemedicine for HIV/AIDS Care Services is a medical technology communication model that has been initiated and implemented by HOPE Worldwide through Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope (SHCH) to support and enhance the delivery of HIV/AIDS care services and public health service in rural areas.

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Reaching Out and Bearing Witness to Improve Total Well-Being of Disadvantaged

The Reaching Out and Bearing Witness to Improve the Total Well-being of the Disadvantaged is a project in Ratanakiri Province by the Baptist Missionary Association of the Philippines (BMAP) to improve the living conditions and welfare of indigenous groups living in Ratanakiri province.

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