Malaria and other vector borne diseases
36 Related Programs
The SHIP project uses two health interventions (deworming and vision screening) as entry points for a School Health and Nutrition programme that centres on the use of schools as a delivery platform. SHIP will serve as a demonstration that such interventions can be integrated within education plans.
The Muso Project in Mali aims to reduce maternal and child mortality rates through preventative and proactive healthcare. Employing community-health workers, establishing home-based care, and setting up rapid-access clinics are three ways in which the Muso Project seeks to accomplish its goals.
doctHERs is a novel healthcare marketplace that connects female doctors to millions of under served patients in real-time while leveraging online technology. doctHERs circumvents sociocultural barriers that restrict women to their homes, access to quality healthcare and inclusion in the profession.
PSI/Zambia was established in 1992 to empower at-risk and underserved Zambians to lead healthier lives in line with the Government of Zambia’s health priorities. PSI/Zambia’s current portfolio contains programs in HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, malaria, safe water.
The South Sudan Physician's Organization trains and supports community health workers to reach under-served populations in South Sudan with basic health care and referrals. The organization places a particular emphasis on providing care to camps for internally displaced persons.
Mennonite Economics Development Associates is working to combat malaria in Tanzania through sending e-vouchers via text message to pregnant women for discounted bed nets. This program is focused on providing bed nets to the two most vulnerable populations, pregnant women and children under five.