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Kalanjiam Foundation

The Kalanjiam Foundation, an entity that has grown out of the Kalanjiam Community Banking Programme, promotes the use of creative financial products such as savings, credit and insurance developed and run through community community groups, or self-help groups.

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Healing Fields Foundation-Micro Health Insurance

Healing Fields is a non-profit organization dedicated to making health care affordable and accessible to poor, underprivileged, and marginalized people in India. The Foundation has provided health insurance to over 75,000 individuals from low income communities across five states in India.

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FXBVillage Model

FXBVillage methodology brings the extreme poor to self-sufficiency in three years by simultaneously tackling the five drivers of poverty: lack of nutrition, health, education, housing, and income.

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Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM)

Due to Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM), services are extended closer to the parish by establishing satellite sites within the population to ease access for ever growing number of people requiring HIV/AIDS services enabling work among the vulnerable and poor.

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Jacaranda Health

Jacaranda Health is a Kenya-based social enterprise that combines business and clinical innovations to create a fully self-sustaining and scalable chain of maternity clinics. The clinics provide affordable, high-quality maternal and child health services to poor urban women.

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Jamii Smart

Jamii Smart (meaning “smart families”) aims to convert the huge success of M-Pesa, Safaricom’s mobile wallet solution, into an effective mHealth solution that significantly improves MCH by modeling on existing, sustainable mobile technologies from end users. The national scale mHealth initiative off

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DKT Pakistan

DKT Pakistan has identified and begun the steps necessary to reach Pakistani couples and the more than six million women (20.1% of married women of reproductive age) with an unmet need for contraception through Social Marketing and Social Franchising initiatives.

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