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Adopt-A-Doctor

Adopt a Doctor alleviates the problem of high human resource turnover rates and lack of experienced physicians in health facilities by providing financial aid and other critical resources to help doctors continue serving the poorest communities.

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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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Health Information Systems Programme (HISP)

HISP (Health Information System Programme) is an initiative on information technology that helps strengthen the health information system in developing countries.

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Hope for African Children Initiative (HACI)

The Hope for African Children Initiative (HACI) is an innovative response that addresses the entire child-focused prevention-care-mitigation continuum with mutually reinforcing program strategies.

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Airtel Insurance with MicroEnsure

Airtel rewards loyal customers (who registered for the product by dialing a shortcode) with free insurance as long as they spent a minimum amount of airtime (usually $2). The more a customer spent with the telecom, the more health insurance could be earned

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Mobile Clinic in Malawi (PIH and MOH)

Partners in Health Malawi was initiated in 2007 as Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo (APZU). PIH/APZU partners with Malawi’s Ministry of Health in the rural Neno district to provide comprehensive, community-based care to a catchment area of about 125,000 people. In October 2013, the program initiated a weekly mob

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Tunza Family Health Network, Malawi

The Tunza Family Health Network is a fractional franchise that is made up largely of nurses and a few clinical officers. Originally started in Kenya, the network expanded its services into Malawi in 2012.

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CommCare

CommCare is an open-source turnkey product designed to strengthen logistics management through the use of mobile technology. Its main focus is on Warehousing & Inventory Management, Service Delivery & Utilization, and Distribution. CommCare operates in over 50 countries.

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Baobab Health Trust

Baobab Health Trust is a Malawian NGO that uses technological innovation to improve health crises in Malawi and other developing countries.

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TB CARE II

TB CARE II is a 5-year project from USAID designed to provide global leadership and assist National Tuberculosis Programs in high burden countries around the world to accelerate the implementation of programs for TB DOTS, TB/HIV and Programmatic Management of Drug Resistant TB.

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Cyber-Sight

Cyber-Sight® is a telemedicine program providing ophthalmologists in developing countries the opportunity to connect with expert mentors through the Internet.

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CUMO Microfinance

CUMO Microfinance's health insurance scheme is delivered using a partner-agent model. The scheme covers hospitalization, offers one-time financial support payment when hospitalized, and covers loan while the client is hospitalized.

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ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital

The ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital is literally a hospital with wings that brings together dedicated eye care professionals and aviators to give the gift of sight to developing countries around the world.

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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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VillageReach

Village Reach is a program that strengthens health systems in developing countries by supporting and improving the health services already in place with a focus on service infrastructure, logistics, and support to the community health workers.

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BlueStar Malawi: Banja la Mtsogolo

Founded in April 2008, Marie Stopes International Malawi’s BlueStar health network delivers services in family planning, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, malaria, and tuberculosis.

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Africa Teledermatology Project

Telemedicine utilizes modern telecommunication technology to provide medical services at a distance by connecting multiple medical centres and enabling exchange of expert medical information. The inherent visual nature of dermatology makes Teledermatology easily applicable to virtual medicine.

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FrontlineSMS

FrontlineSMS is free, open source software that turns a laptop with a GSM modem and an inexpensive mobile phone into a central communications hub, enabling large-scale, two way text messaging.

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Health[e]Foundation

Health[e]Foundation aims to enrich and update the skills of practicing health workers using blended learning, a method of learning that combines conventional classroom teaching methods with independent learning via e-learning methods.

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Riders for Health

Riders for Health (Riders) is an international NGO and not-for-profit social enterprise that manages vehicles used for health care delivery by partner organisations in sub-Saharan Africa. We manage 1,300 vehicles across sub-Saharan Africa.

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MicroEnsure

MicroEnsure is an insurance intermediary that designs and implements insurance for the poor in low-and middle-income countries for over a decade. It is the world’s first and largest organization whose exclusive focus is to address the mass market’s need to mitigate risk.

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