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7 Programs Found

Nefrocare

Nefrocare is the largest network of independent low-cost dialysis providers in Brazil. It operates 11 clinics in Brazil and 1 in Africa.

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Support Group for Children and Adolescents with Cancer (GRAACC )

GRAACC's goal is to provide full and humanized care for children with cancer.

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APAE de São Paulo

APAE was founded in 1961 to treat individuals with developmental deficiencies from childhood to adulthood. The organization offers healthcare services, as well as education programs, and supports researches and rights.

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Hospital Dr. Moyses Deutsch

Hospital Moyses Deutsch was established in 2008 in M'Boi Mirim, a poor neighborhood in São Paulo. The Albert Einstein Hospital established an agreement with the government so that all services would be paid for by Brazil's government health insurance - the Unified Health System (SUS).

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Projeto CIES (Center of Education and Health Integration)

Projeto CIES uses mobile clinics, such as trucks and vans that are supplied with medical equipment and trained healthcare professionals, to bring high quality specialized care to patients with limit access to healthcare.

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DERDIC - Division for Education and Rehabilitation for Communication Disorders

Founded in 1972 by families of hearing-impaired teenagers, the DERDIC was incorporated into the Pontificia Universidade Católica de São Paulo and is run by their Speech and Hearing school. The organization provides free clinical services for low-income Brazilians, educational training, and research.

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Programa Mãe Paulistana

Programa Mãe Paulistana, developed and implemented by the government of the city of São Paulo, provides comprehensive care for pregnant women, including free pre-natal care, exams, ultrasounds, medicine, transportation to appointments, 1 year follow ups on the child and family planning.

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