Arogya Raksha Yojana Health Micro Insurance

India
Arogya Raksha Yojana is a comprehensive health insurance plan that offers people of rural India affordable access to high quality healthcare, provided by a network of hospitals and clinics, and supported by leading doctors and surgeons.

Arogya Triage@Home

India
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.

Aravind Eye Care System (AECS)

India
Aravind Eye Care System (AECS), a network of hospitals in India, is the largest provider of eye care in the world.

APOPO

Mozambique, Tanzania
APOPO is a social enterprise that researches, develops, and deploys detection rat technology for humanitarian purposes. APOPO's HeroRATs provide second-line screening of TB samples from collaborating DOTS Centers.

Annapurna Iodized Salt

Ghana
Annapurna iodised salt is a partnership between Unilever, Ghana's Ministry of Health, and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) to reduce the prevalence of iodine deficiency and bring major improvements in maternal and child health.

ALUCAM's HIV/AIDS program

Cameroon
ALUCAM, an aluminum production plant, in conjunction with the SOCATRAL company, initiated a program to combat AIDS in the workplace in 1995.

Adopt-A-Doctor

Liberia, Malawi, Mali, Sierra Leone
Adopt a Doctor alleviates the problem of high human resource turnover rates and lack of experienced physicians in health facilities by providing financial aid and other critical resources to help doctors continue serving the poorest communities.

Association for Health Welfare in the Nilgiris (Ashwini)

India
ASHWINI is a Charitable Organisation providing comprehensive health care to one of the most neglected sections of Indian society - the Adivasis, a group that primarily inhabits the tri-junction of the South Indian States of Tamilnadu, Kerala and Karnataka.

RSPN-Adamjee Health Microinsurance Model

Pakistan
The Adamjee-RSPN partnership, started in 2005, is the very first health microinsurance scheme in Pakistan, providing hospitalization and accident insurance coverage to low-income rural population across the country.

Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlets (ADDO)

Tanzania
ADDO is a donor-supported initiative led by the Tanzanian Food and Drug Authority to train and license small, privately operated retail outlets in rural and poor areas to sell a set list of essential medicines, including selected prescription drugs.

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