The East Africa Public Health Laboratory Networking Project aims to establish a network of cross-country, high-quality public health laboratories within Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda that will serve as surveillance sites to monitor hot spots for disease transmission.
ColaLife is a non-profit working with Coca-Cola to open their distribution channels in developing countries in order to supply their Kit Yamoyo which contains crucial ‘social products’ – such as oral rehydration salts, high-dose vitamin A, water purification tablets – to save children’s lives.
The network advocates for healthcare workers living with or affected by HIV, helping to reduce stigma and discrimination, increase their visibility, and expand access to treatment, care, and support services.
C2C provides free support to health professionals, families, volunteers and institutions in developing countries caring for children with leukemia, cancer and other severe diseases. The services offered will be pertinent to local realities and social values
All HIV services, including antiretroviral therapy, are extended to all mothers' HIV-infected children, partners, and other family members. The initiative is known internationally as a model program for family-based care and the early diagnosis and care of infants exposed and infected with HIV.