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Communication for Behavior Change in Afghanistan (COMPRI-A)

The COMPRI-A project uses social marketing and behavior change communication to increase demand for, access to, and use of health products by women of reproductive age and children under five. The project educates the public about good health practices and promotes healthy behavior.

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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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NGO Performance-Based Contracting

The Afghan Ministry of Public Health and its development partners established a formalized contracting program that works with nongovernmental organizations to deliver a basic package of health services.

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Afghanistan Health Policy Project

The Health Policy Project builds and strengthens the capacity of government to design, negotiate, and manage hospital public-private partnerships (PPPs), and the capacity of local private sector organizations to partner with the government in the delivery of high-quality health services.

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AlemHealth

AlemHealth provides high-quality low-cost diagnostic telemedicine services by connecting our global network of Joint Commission and Board-certified subspecialist radiologists to hospitals and clinics in FCA states.

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Dimagi

Dimagi is an award-winning social enterprise that delivers open and innovative technology to underserved communities everywhere.

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Salamat Health Training and Research Institute (SHTRI)

Salamat Health Training and Research Institute is a time-tested training and research institute recognized by the ministry of public health of Afghanistan. Salamat delivers evidence based training to health personnel including doctors, midwives, nurses, technicians, staff working in health managemen

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Jaipur Foot

In 1975, Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS) developed an artificial lower limb prosthetic, the Jaipur Foot, to hep low-income amputees in developing nations. Today, BMVSS is the largest organization for the handicapped in the world in terms of fitment of artificial limbs and calipers.

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Health eVillages

Health eVillages will provide mobile phones to physicians, nurses, medical students and residents in undeserved areas where access to updated medical resources is in short supply or nonexistent.

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Afghan Social Marketing Organization (ASMO)

ASMO is a social marketing project designed to increase access to and use of quality health products and services by women and children, especially in rural and undeserved areas, by using a variety of media and community outreach campaigns.

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BRAC

Health remains an integral component of BRAC’s development intervention since its inception in 1972.

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Holistic Health for Mother and Baby

The Afghan Institute of Learning uses a multi-faceted approach to healthcare for pregnant Afghan women, combining health education and care. AIL has health clinics, health education workshops, prenatal and postnatal care and trains nurses, midwives, community health workers and rural traditional b

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Aga Khan Development Network eHealth Resource Centre

Aga Khan Development Network eHealth Resource Centre drives improvements in access, quality, cost, efficiency and safety of health care through Information and Communication Technologies. The Centre supports the assessment, development and implementation of eHealth activities in Asia and Africa.

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System Enhancement for Health Action Transition (SEHAT)

This project is designed to boost the service delivery under the System Enhancement for Health Action in Transition (SEHAT) in the Urozgan province. It is designed to support innovative actions, improve access and quality healthcare.

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Supply chain solution for Essential Care around the time of childbirth

ayzh develops and distributes low-cost appropriate technology designed to meet the unique needs of women in low-resource settings. Operating an innovative B2B business model that sells to health institutions, ayzh gains significant and scalable access to women, newborns and healthcare workers.

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