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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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ALUCAM's HIV/AIDS program

ALUCAM, an aluminum production plant, in conjunction with the SOCATRAL company, initiated a program to combat AIDS in the workplace in 1995.

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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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Eskom's HIV/AIDS program

The program consists of HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness, voluntary counseling and testing (VCT), care and support, and case-managed immune modulating therapy and antiretroviral therapies.

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HIV/AIDS Prevention Among Plantation Workers

Fearing the devastating effects HIV/AIDS may have on workers on its oil palm plantations, Unilever partnered with the Ghana Social Marketing Foundation (GSMF) to improve the company's existing HIV/AIDS workplace program.

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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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Gold Star Network Kenya (GSN)

The Gold Star Network (GSN) is a social franchise that offers HIV, TB and reproductive health care services and treatment in 3 Kenyan provinces to employed individuals who are capable of paying for part of their healthcare costs.

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PhilHealth

The Philippine Health Corporation (PhilHealth) was created in 1995 with the goal of placing an emphasis on achieving universal coverage. Since its creation, several developments have occurred in terms of expanding both the breadth and depth of health coverage.

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Remote Interaction, Consultation, and Epidemiology (RICE)

The RICE system is a cellular phone-based electronic medical record designed to facilitate remote medical consultation, epidemiological surveillance and access to medical knowledge to regions of the world without access to computers or the internet.

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Pre-Hospital Trauma Care Development (PHTC) Project

The Pre-Hospital Trauma Care Development (PHTC) Project in Khanh Hoa is a continuing effort by Counterpart International (Counterpart) to support Vietnam's injury prevention and emergency medical services.

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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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Industrial Centers of HOPE (ICOH) program

The issue of poverty is compounded by HIV/AIDS. The unique nature of the Wal-Mart funded program has enabled the ‘triple-crisis’ of HIV/AIDS, poverty and unemployment to be addressed at the same time among the target populations.

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Strengthening Community-based Mental Health project

VVAF currently strives to improve the mental health status of populations in Da Nang and Khanh Hoa provinces. In this project VVAF aims to provide treatment services for depression in primary care practices (at the commune level) where there are no mental health specialists or psychiatrists.

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Medical Education for Ethnic Minorities (ME EM)

The Medical Education for Ethnic Minorities project seeks to improve the health status of ethnic minorities and other people in mountainous areas in Viet Nam by increasing the number of well-trained and qualified doctors, nurses, and midwives in their communities.

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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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Police AIDS Control Unit

The Police AIDS Control Unit vision is to have healthy HIV/AIDS free Police officers by creating awareness of HIV/AIDS, reduce prevalence rate, maintain and sustain positive behavior change, enhance care and support and eliminate stigma and discrimination amongst the officers and their families.

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HIV/AIDS Prevention Program

Young Power In Social Action (YPSA) HIV/AIDS Prevention Program works to adapt WHO's model for implementing youth friendly HIV/AIDS health services in Bangladesh.

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LiFEDATA EMR Clinic Software

LiFEDATA EMR is a computer-based representation of a patient’s medical record developed by LiFEDATA Systems in 2008. The software allows the linkage of medical records and information among different players in the health system.

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Surveillance in Post Extreme Emergencies and Disasters (SPEED)

SPEED is an early warning disease surveillance system for post-disaster situations launched by the Department of Health and World Health Organization in 2010. The aim of the system is to determine early and potential disease outbreaks and monitor disease trends.

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CAPDAN Microinsurance

Computer and Allied Products Dealers Association of Nigeria (CAPDAN), a membership scheme of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) that sell or service computer hardware, mobile phones, software and ICT products, provides health insurance to its members in association with HMO Hygeia.

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Provincial Health Indigency Program of Negros Oriental (PHINO)

The Provincial Health Insurance of Negros Oriental (PHINO) was created by the late Gov. Emilio Macias, a physician by profession, with the aim of giving free health insurance to indigent residents of the province.

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