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Institute for Rural Health Studies

The Institute for Rural Health Studies (IRHS) runs a chain of clinics in rural Andhra Pradesh that make extensive use of village health workers and use a referral system to let patients receive specialized care in Hyderabad.

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Action Service Hope for Aids (ASHA Foundation)

ASHA (Action, Service and Hope for AIDS) Foundation, established in 1998, is a charitable trust helping people infected with HIV/AIDS, their families and society as a whole through prevention, awareness, treatment, support, and rehabilitation of HIV-infected and affected persons.

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Swagathi

Swagati is a programme of the Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT) for HIV prevention among the most vulnerable populations in eight coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh.

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Balasahyoga

The Balasahyoga program represents the first comprehensive effort to help families affected by HIV/AIDS in India.

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CARE Rural Health Mission

CARE Rural Health Mission is a not for profit organization funded by Care Hospitals non-profit arm CARE Foundation and specializing in telemedicine solutions to link rural health workers in Maharasthra and Andhra Pradesh with doctors at a district-level hub.

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Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP)/ Indira Kranthi Patham

The Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP) was set up in 2000 by the Andhra Pradesh State Government to implement rural development projects in a professional and accelerated manner.

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L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI)

LVPEI is a not-for-profit, comprehensive eye care network. It operates 116 facilities in India, 95 of them which are primary eye care centres located in remote rural villages.

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Pushpagiri Eye Institute (PVRI)

Pushpagiri Eye Institute operates two ‘Super Specialty Hospitals’ in India, treating various forms of preventable eye diseases at full cost for those who can pay and at a subsidized cost for those who cannot. It also runs various community screening and outreach programs.

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Janani Suraksha Yojana Program

A central government sponsored scheme for increasing institutional deliveries though demand-side monetary incentives. The program pays women to give birth in health facilities, aiming to reduce maternal and infant mortality, particularly those associated with complicated births.

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