51 Related Programs
Global Emergency Care Collaborative is a registered non-profit organization that provides comprehensive training programs in emergency care to local community members in limited-resource, rural areas. GECC currently works in rural Uganda, Kenya, and Cambodia.
The SureHealth Plan is a micro-health insurance plan under Total Health Trust Ltd for informal sector groups in the Lagos area. The Plan is specifically targeted at economically active, organized informal sector vocational/social groups or associations who are not typically covered.
LifeWrap is a device used by the Safe Motherhood Program to train health care providers in the prevention and treatment of obstetric haemorrhage. In order to help thousands of women giving birth, the programme implements LifeWrap in clinics and hospitals in low-resource countries.
The Patient Centered TB Treatment initiative aims to improve access to TB treatment through a Patient-Centered Treatment (PCT) approach via a country-wide drug donation from Novartis.
Boma la Mama complements Tanzania's maternity health service by running and funding a parallel clinic--thus helping to alleviating the overcrowding at public hospitals--and offering an education program that provides Tanzanian midwives with equipment and up-to-date training on maternity care.
Community-Based Response to HIV/AIDS (COMBAR-AIDS) is a project whose approach focuses on mobilizing and collaborating with various stakeholders to help HIV/AIDS communities increase their individual health care purchasing power.
AIDS Barefoot Doctors (ABD) contributes to breaking the cycle of poverty and AIDS in rural villages in Kenya. ABDs are not physicians, but community members/health workers who become leaders and provide home-based care and group therapy and education to people living with HIV/AIDS.