Women

BRAC

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
Health remains an integral component of BRAC’s development intervention since its inception in 1972. By improving the health of the people, especially the poor, and promoting the capacity of a community to deal with health problems, the health programme contributes to achieving BRAC’s twin objectives of poverty alleviation and empowerment of the poor.

BlueStar Ghana

Ghana
Founded in April 2008, Marie Stopes International Ghana’s (MSIG) BlueStar health network delivers sexual and reproductive health (SRH) commodities and services to the greater Accra region.

The Brazilian Society for Family Welfare (BEMFAM)

Brazil
BEMFAM is a Brazilian non-profit organization that focuses on local social development and grounds its work on determined population needs.

Bharatiya Agro Industries Foundation (BAIF)

India
BAIF works across India to create opportunities of gainful self-employment for rural families. The program provides health care and health microinsurance.

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