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Clinic Africa

Clinic Africa is a chain of primary-care clinics in Uganda.

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Hope Ward at International Hospital Kampala

Hope Ward is a charity medical and surgical ward on the first floor of International Hospital Kampala (IHK) dedicated to the provision of health services free of charge for those who otherwise could not afford it.

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Kadic Health Services

Kadic Hospital Bukoto currently has 4 general wards and 10 self contained private rooms. The Hospital has a fully fledged Laboratory unit, an Imaging Centre with fully functional CT Scanner and other specialised units in addition to other units in the affiliated clinics.

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Vine Pharmacy

Vine Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1999 by Grace Munyirwa and has grown to become Uganda’s largest retail pharmacy chain. Currently, the 20 retail locations in Kampala and surrounding suburbs serve 2500 clients every day, offering medicines and cosmetics.

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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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MicroClinic International

MicroClinic International was launched in 2009 in Ghana and Uganda following a franchise business model that combines ownership with proven operating, marketing and distribution standards to empower community health nurses to own and grow their own MicroClinic.

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Solar Suitcase

We Care Solar designs solar-powered systems to meet essential maternity care needs. We Care Solar Suitcases are designed to be safe, robust and efficient in powering: critical obstetric and surgical lighting, mobile phones, fetal heart rate monitors, and essential medical devices.

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Faith-Based Not-For-Profit Organization Contracting in Uganda

In recognition that many of the FB-PNFP hospitals were more efficient than most public hospitals, the Ugandan government initiated a scheme to fund them through negotiated contracting.

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Texting4Health

On Wednesday the 1st of July 2009, the UN launched a ten-day initiative intended to reach out to 10,000 people in Uganda through mobile phones to demonstrate the reach and potential use of mobile phones in health information and promotion.

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HIV/AIDS Project - Andersen Clinic

This Project believes that the responsibility of combating the HIV epidemic does not stop at the gate or with it’s own employees. The project has made an effort to develop greater awareness among the population about the disease and increase access to diagnosis and treatment.

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Yer Yotkom

The Yer Yoykom project aims to contribute toward prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/Aids through increasing access to, and demand for, Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services.

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Total Health Village

The Total Health Village is an innovative program that facilitates self-empowerment so that communities are able to solve their own problems.

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Uganda Hearing Health Care Program

Uganda Hearing Health Care Program is focused on training providers on addressing chronic ear infections complicated by perforated ear drums and ear drainage issues.

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Youth-to-Youth (Y2Y) Initiative

The Youth-to-Youth (Y2Y) Initiative empowers young people to improve their sexual and reproductive health as well as their socio-economic situation. Key to the Y2Y Initiative are youth-owned youth clubs which serve as a social platform and means to strengthen young people's knowledge and skills.

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SafeTStop

The SafeTStop project seeks to reduce HIV transmission, improve care, and lessen the impact of HIV and AIDS amongst long distance truck drivers along the Northern Transport Corridor.

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INRUD Improve Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment (INRUD-IAA)

The International Network for Rational Use of Drugs (INRUD) was established to design, test, and disseminate effective strategies to improve the way drugs are prescribed, dispensed, and used, with a particular emphasis on resource poor countries.

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Sightsavers

Sight Savers program works to both cure people who have reversible eye conditions and prevent people from becoming needlessly blind. Additionally, it works to aid people living in poverty around the world who suffer from cataracts, childhood blindness, glaucoma, river blindness, and trachoma.

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Anti-Jigger Campaign Program

Ahadi Kenya Trust is a non–governmental organization that spearheads the Jigger Eradication Campaign in Kenya and Eastern Africa. The Campaign works in local and difficult to reach regions of Kenya and enlists the assistance of over 1,600 volunteers from Kenya and other countries.

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The Youth Truck

Youth Truck is a mobile outreach service, which sensitizes youth in rural areas and urban slums on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) (including HIV/AIDS prevention) through films and other activities.

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Global Health Network

GHN works with rural communities and stakeholders to achieve ‘health for all’.

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Community-Based Growth Promotion (CBGP)

The CBGP program supports the village health team (VHT) approach with an aim of bridging the gap between health service delivery and the household and also trains and equips community growth promoters with tools to use in supporting the community to meet the health needs of children.

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