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Grameen Kalyan Health Program

Grameen Kalyan is a comprehensive health service financing and delivery program established to provide quality, affordable healthcare for Grameen Bank members and other villagers.

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Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology

The Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology is the implementing body of the Nepal Eye Program, which was launched in 1992.

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Kidney Help Trust (KHT)

The Kidney Help Trust (KHT) was founded by Dr. M.K. Mani, Chief Nephrologist of the Apollo Hospital, Chennai, who believes that prevention needs to play a greater role in reducing the incidence of catastrophic health spending that is often associated with the treatment of chronic diseases.

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Sangath

Sangath is a non-governmental, non-profit organization committed to improving health across the life-span. Its primary focus areas are child development, adolescent and youth health, and mental health.

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Piramal E-swasthya

E-swasthya is a Social Initiative of Primal Healthcare Limited, a first-of-its-kind telemedicine-based model for providing primary care in Rajasthan, India that aims to address the absence of doctors.

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Children First

Children First targets an estimated 560 Children in Jeopardy (CiJ) in Vietnam, from birth to 18 years of age, with a special focus on early childhood development (ECD) for children under six, in order to improve their lives.

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Care 2 Communities (C2C)

Care 2 Communities (C2C) provides primary health care services to poor communities in Haiti through a social enterprise model. C2C clinics provide affordable, high-quality care and are financially self-sustaining after 3 years of operations.

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Care with Love

Care With Love is an employment training and placement program for home healthcare workers in Egypt.

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Hospital de Câncer de Barretos- Fundação Pio XII

In 1967 Dr. Paulo Prata founded Hospital São Judas Tadeu in Barretos to treat cancer patients in the region. His son, Mr. Henrique Prata took over the management in 1988, and has taken care of its operations and expansion since. One year later, the Hospital de Câncer de Barretos was founded.

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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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Yer Yotkom

The Yer Yoykom project aims to contribute toward prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/Aids through increasing access to, and demand for, Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services.

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La Union Medical Center as Economic Enterprise

La Union Medical Center is a hospital operating in La Union province of the Philippines. Initially completely subsidized by the provincial government, the hospital was converted into an enterprise model in 2002 in order to ensure its sustainability.

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Public Private Mix for Tuberculosis, Malaria and Reproductive Health

The Public Private Mix (PPM) is a model that has been initiated and implemented by Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) Cambodia to enhance the quality of health care services, by strengthening providers’ capacity and linkages between the public and private sector.

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Provincial Indigency Health Program: The Bukidnon Model

The Provincial Indigency Health Program (PIHP) is a health scheme launched by the Provincial Government of Bukidnon in 2002.

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Bambulance Project – Kenya

Bambulance is developing a medical device which transports people in rural sub-Saharan Africa to a hospital or clinic. The Bicycle Ambulance is a humanitarian project that combines common forms of transportation like the bicycle with a means of safely and comfortably transporting people.

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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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Uganda Cares

AHF-Uganda Cares promotes condom use as a way for people to protect themselves and their partners against HIV and conducts regular HIV testing events. In addition, the project campaigns where it tests and refers the the positive people for treatment.

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Special Operating Agency (SOA)

Special Operating Agency (SOA) in Health is a supply-side oriented mechanism transformed from contracting and implemented by the Cambodian government through the use of government staff as contractors to improve the quality of health care services for people, mainly the poor and vulnerable.

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TUNAJALI (We Care)

TUNAJALI is a home based model designed to increase the uptake of counseling and testing services, especially targeting people who are the least likely to attend facilities due to access and fear of discrimination. The USAID and PEPFAR-funded program runs from October 2006 to September 2011.

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Reaching Out and Bearing Witness to Improve Total Well-Being of Disadvantaged

The Reaching Out and Bearing Witness to Improve the Total Well-being of the Disadvantaged is a project in Ratanakiri Province by the Baptist Missionary Association of the Philippines (BMAP) to improve the living conditions and welfare of indigenous groups living in Ratanakiri province.

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One Stop Shop Clinical Services (OSSCS)

One Stop Shop Clinical Services (OSSCS) is a comprehensive screening service for sexual and reproductive health problems. This project has been initiated and implemented by Marie Stopes International Cambodia (MSI-C) in Phnom Penh and 6 other provinces since 2009.

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