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Vision Centers

Vision Centres are permanent sites that provide communities with access to culturally appropriate and affordable eye care.

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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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Youth-to-Youth (Y2Y) Initiative

The Youth-to-Youth (Y2Y) Initiative empowers young people to improve their sexual and reproductive health as well as their socio-economic situation. Key to the Y2Y Initiative are youth-owned youth clubs which serve as a social platform and means to strengthen young people's knowledge and skills.

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SafeTStop

The SafeTStop project seeks to reduce HIV transmission, improve care, and lessen the impact of HIV and AIDS amongst long distance truck drivers along the Northern Transport Corridor.

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Sightsavers

Sight Savers program works to both cure people who have reversible eye conditions and prevent people from becoming needlessly blind. Additionally, it works to aid people living in poverty around the world who suffer from cataracts, childhood blindness, glaucoma, river blindness, and trachoma.

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Rapid Assessment of Avoidable Blindness (RAAB)

The Fred Hollows Foundation works on Rapid Assessment of Avoidable Blindness, a program that works with needful people and side-by-side with the local people to focus on sustainability of a crucial part of the body: the eye.They are trying to end avoidable blindness in underprivileged communities.

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Anti-Jigger Campaign Program

Ahadi Kenya Trust is a non–governmental organization that spearheads the Jigger Eradication Campaign in Kenya and Eastern Africa. The Campaign works in local and difficult to reach regions of Kenya and enlists the assistance of over 1,600 volunteers from Kenya and other countries.

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Community-Based Family Planning Program

The program centers on increasing family planning services and reducing unwanted pregnancies through relying heavily on volunteer community health workers to deliver information and services to local neighborhoods and homes.

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Afya Mtandao

Afya Mtandao unites Tanzanian health workers and promotes the use of ICT in the health sector by providing a knowledge-sharing platform for health workers, raising awareness of ICT in the health sector and providing ICT support services for health institutions.

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The CD4 Initiative

The CD4 Initiative test is a rapid and robust, point-of-care diagnostic to count CD4 T cells in adults living with HIV or AIDS in resource-poor countries.

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Disabled Organization for Legal Affairs and Social Economic Development (DOLASED)

DOLASED develops materials in Braille that will provide information on HIV testing, preventing transmission of the virus, and practical advice on caring for people with AIDS. The materials—most in Kiswahili with some in English—are being produced on Tanzania’s single Braille printing press.

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KNCU Health Plan

Created to meet the demand for affordable primary healthcare, the KNCU Health Plan was developed and sponsored by the PharmAccess Foundation, in partnership with KNCU, MicroEnsure and the Mission for Essential Medical Supplies to serve those living in the Kilimanjaro area of Northern Tanzania.

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Scaling Up Microinsurance in East Africa

This program is designed to scale up microinsurance's outreach to East Africa's low-income populations by creating a "Regional Resource Center" that will be a knowledge management beacon for all health sector actors in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.

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Tanzania-Ghana Health Partnership (TGHP)

The Tanzania Ghana Health Partnership (TGHP) is an initiative to exchange and implement innovative health systems strengthening and delivery models across the two countries.

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Foundation for African Medicine & Education (FAME)

Foundation for African Medicine & Education (FAME) aims to advance medicine and education in Tanzania through clinic and mobile medical services.

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Regional Outreach Addressing AIDS through Development Strategies (ROADS)

ROADS links vulnerable underserved communities along transport corridors in East and Central Africa with critical health services. These corridors have large transient populations, high levels of poverty and unemployment. They are also major routes of HIV transmission.

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Health Services Contracting in Tanzania: Nyakahanga District Designated Hospital

The Nyakahanga hospital is the only hospital in the district and has operated as a referral center since 1972. In 1992, a contract was signed between the Diocese of Karagwe and the Ministry of Health.

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Maisha Kikamilifu

Maisha Kikamilifu is empowering people living with HIV by enhancing their access to comprehensive HIV/AIDS care, promoting their full involvement in advocacy against stigma and discrimination, and facilitating their engagement in income-generating activities.

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PSI/Tanzania

PSI opened a Tanzania country office in 1993 to respond to the growing HIV epidemic; since then, programs have expanded to include malaria, reproductive health and family planning, child survival and diarrheal disease.

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SafeCare Foundation

The SafeCare Foundation is designed for health care providers in resource-poor settings to assist them in step-wise quality improvement and the delivery of safer care to their patients.

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