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Barbados Employers’ Confederation's (BEC) HIV/AIDS program

BEC is the only membership-based private sector organization specializing in industrial relations and human resource management in Barbados. It was founded in 1956 and was registered as a trade union of employers. It now has an estimated membership of 232 private enterprises and sectoral groups.

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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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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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K-MET Post Abortion Care Network

Kisumu Medical and Education Trust (K-MET) provides post-abortion care through the Post Abortion Care Network, consisting of over 300 reproductive health providers (clinicians and nurses) in western Kenya.

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National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)

Regulate and control the importation, exportation, manufacture, advertisement, distribution, sale and use of regulated products.

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Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)

RSBY is a state-managed national health insurance program designed to improve access to quality medical care for informal workers living below the poverty line in India. It was launched in April of 2008 and is now active across 26 India states.

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Unified Accreditation System

The Unified Accreditation System was created under Law 100, which extended universal health coverage for public and private health services, to improve quality and regulate the growing private medical sector.

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National Cataract Coalition Project

Through this program, the National Cataract Coalition, along with affiliates in several provinces of South Africa, provides training for public sector surgeons and incentives for public hospitals to increase the number of cataract removal procedures performed.

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Public-private mix for improved tuberculosis control in Ho Chi Minh City

The program links private providers (PPs) to the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP). The components were to introduce NTP diagnostic and treatment into the private sector, to strengthen referral & information systems between private and public sectors, and strengthen supervision of PP by the NTP.

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ThuocNET: Viet Nam e-Health Network

The Vietnam e-Health website provides comprehensive medical information and tools to doctors and health staff in the country through an online working platform.

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Project for Improving Medical Rehabilitation Service in the Southern Area of Vietnam

As part of a three-year project to improve Vietnam's health sector, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) began providing technical assistance to improve the medical rehabilitation services of Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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Aarogyasri Community Health Insurance Scheme

Aarogyasri is state-financed and targets individuals living below the poverty line. Beneficiaries have access to numerous modern medical facilities and are navigated through the health care system by Aarogya Mithras, or patient advocates, hired to oversee each in-network hospital

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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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Primary Health Contracting in Romania

In 1994 the Romanian government introduced a pilot scheme of output-based contracts for the provision of primary health services.

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Magpi Mobile Health Data Collection

Magpi, formerly EpiSurveyor, is one of the largest and most heralded mHealth projects, developed by DataDyne, to enable public health and development professionals to create, share, and deploy health surveys and other forms on mobile devices.

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Total Market Approach (TMA) for Family Planning

PATH has worked with governments in Nicaragua and Vietnam to develop operational plans for public-sector contraceptive distribution to targeted market segments. It has also strengthened public-private dialogue around family planning service delivery and collaborates actively with the private-sector.

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Family Planning services through accredited private clinics in Bihar

The family planning program has been implemented through existing government hospitals since 1965. It was created in order to facilitate and put a high focus on the scale up of healthcare initiatives.

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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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Dengue Fever Insurance

The Dengue Fever Insurance Card is a low-cost, easy-to-use health insurance card that people can buy in convenience stores to cover dengue fever, a very common illness in Indonesia.

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PhilHealth Benchbook

Benchbook features a concise and updated list of standards for improving the quality of care in all health care organizations in the Philippines. It provides process standards such as waiting time for procedural treatments and business processes.

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Maximum Drug Retail Price (MDRP)

The Maximum Drug Retail Price is mandated under Executive Order 821 series of 2009 to make medicine affordable and accessible to Filipinos. MDRP is required on drugs that reduce the incidence of morbidity and mortality. MDRP is imposed on all retail outlets, public or private.

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