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Arogya Triage@Home

Arogya builds local social enterprises, owned by trained local youth (girls and boys), to deliver pediatric triage services at home. These entrepreneurs go door to door delivering care for common ailments and preventable diseases. Arogya also screens for hearing and vision impairments.

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EMRI - 108 Emergency Response Services

GVK EMRI (Emergency Management and Research Institute) is a pioneer in Emergency Management Services in India. EMRI operates as a not-for-profit professional organization under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode.

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mPedigree

Bright Simons, a Ghanaian social entrepreneur, developed a phone-based system called mPedigree to tackle the counterfeit drug problem. mPedigree is an anti-counterfeit ICT software application that seeks to empower the consumer so that they have a way of verifying their medication’s safety.

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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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Eyeway

Eyeway strives to improve access to information in India through an online information resource center for everything related to blindness.

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Action Service Hope for Aids (ASHA Foundation)

ASHA (Action, Service and Hope for AIDS) Foundation, established in 1998, is a charitable trust helping people infected with HIV/AIDS, their families and society as a whole through prevention, awareness, treatment, support, and rehabilitation of HIV-infected and affected persons.

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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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MicroClinic International

MicroClinic International was launched in 2009 in Ghana and Uganda following a franchise business model that combines ownership with proven operating, marketing and distribution standards to empower community health nurses to own and grow their own MicroClinic.

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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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SANA: Open Source Telemedicine

Sana's mission is to revolutionize healthcare delivery in remote areas through innovative mobile information services that improve patient access to medical specialists for faster, high-quality, and more cost-effective diagnosis and intervention.

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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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PSI/Benin

PSI/Benin was founded in 1992 to help prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

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Andean Health & Development (AHD)

Under the direction of Dr. David Gaus, Andean Health & Development (AHD) has designed a self-sustainable and comprehensive health care model that serves the poor, rural areas of Ecuador.

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Sproxil

Sproxil uses mobile technology to combat counterfeiting and illegal distribution with innovative, consumer-focused product protection and targeted marketing solutions.

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Teen SMS Helpline to Stop Suicide

The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) has launched a new service for communicating with Teens in Crisis. This service allows teens in need of mental heath advice to reach SADAG via sms.

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Texting4Health

On Wednesday the 1st of July 2009, the UN launched a ten-day initiative intended to reach out to 10,000 people in Uganda through mobile phones to demonstrate the reach and potential use of mobile phones in health information and promotion.

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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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SMS Sex Education

SMS Sex Education is a free hotline service that allows teenagers and others with mobile phones to ask questions about sex and reproductive health to doctors over text message.

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HealthLine, Bangladesh

The HealthLine Service is an interactive teleconference between a Grameenphone mobile user and a licensed physician, available round the clock. Grameenphone subscribers may seek medical advice on emergency, non-emergency or regular medical situation by just dialing "789".

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X Out TB

X Out TB seeks to reduce the necessity of daily health worker monitoring of TB patients by using urinalysis tests strips and cell phones to remotely confirm adherence to medication.

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MediNet Healthcare Management System

Microsoft Research has provided a grant to professors at the University of the West Indies to create a mobile phone-based healthcare management system, to be deployed first in Trinidad and Tobago, followed by a broader regional rollout.

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