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Initiative on Primary Healthcare (IPH)

The programme is designed to ensure smooth and effective management of primary health care facilities (Basic Health Units or BHUs) for efficient delivery of all associated services.

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Pakistan Government of Punjab Contracting-in for Management of Basic Health Units

In response to low utilization and the community’s lack of confidence in Basic Health Units (BHUs), Punjab Rural Support Program was contracted to manage all the BHUs in Rahim Yar Khan (RYK) District.

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Akhuwat Health

Akhuwat Health aims to achieve improvements in the health conditions of the people of Pakistan through the pursuit of community mobilization processes. The model aims to serve the poor through a chain of model clinics providing affordable, efficient and effective health care services.

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TeleSehat Health Services

TeleSehat is aiming to provide quality healthcare services to small cities, towns and ultimately to rural areas in Pakistan with the help of its advanced telemedicine systems that connect existing clinics to an added patient base via technology without expanding infrastructure.

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Public Private Partnership for Nursing Training in Punjab

The project is designed to increase the availability of trained and professionally accredited nurses to improve health service delivery for citizens in Punjab.

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Access, Services and Knowledge (ASK)

The program aims to build young people’s individual capacity to make safe choices; to make Sexual and Reproductive Health services better adapted to young people’s individual needs; and to strengthen the linkages between information and service provision.

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HealthOne

HealthOne is a chain of diabetes management and primary care clinics in Islamabad/Rawalpindi. HealthOne currently has three clinics established in high density, low income areas.

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Punjab Health Foundation

The foundation provides interest-free loans to essentially deserving medical professionals and doctors to start their practices or augment the existing health service delivery mechanisms.

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Al-Shifa Trust Eye Hospitals

Al-Shifa Trust is a not-for-profit and non-government entity that seeks to provide high quality ophthalmology (eye care) diagnostic and treatment services to the general population, especially to the needy and less affluent portions of society, through a chain of specialty eye care hospitals.

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Waseela-e-Sehat (Benazir Health Insurance)

Waseela-e-Sehat is an offshoot of the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) that provides health insurance to the poor and underprivileged by improving access to health services and reducing income loss from catastrophic health shocks in Pakistan.

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Suraj

Suraj is a private provider fractional social franchising initiative developed as a pilot project from 2008-2012. This initiative is one of the main components of the organization's National Expansion Project and is a partnership between MSS and private local health providers in rural areas.

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TeleMedicine & eHealth Training Centre

The center is a joint Pakistan-US collaboration and is designed to train clinicians and nurses from both primary care centers and tertiary care hospitals in the practice of telemedicine, thus enabling them to develop their own telemedicine projects at their existing hospital networks.

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Sehat Sahulat Clinic Basic+

Contech Private has piloted a successful “life-cycle approach” in private service delivery through its pioneering work in district of Qasur. The focal point of the model is the Mobile Health Clinic (MHC).

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Sehat Sahulat Card (SSC)

Sehat Sahulat Card (SSC), or Health Facilities Card, is an innovative public private partnership model. It is a voucher scheme that increases accessibility to quality maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) services to expecting mothers from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Marie Stopes Society (Pakistan)

Marie Stopes Society (MSS) is a social enterprise that provides comprehensive reproductive health services for people throughout Pakistan. Our aim, ultimately, is to increase access to reproductive health information and services that empower women, men, young people and families to lead healthier lives.

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