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VisionSpring

VisionSpring works to provide affordable eyeglasses to tens of thousands of poor customers across the developing world, while simultaneously providing sustainable jobs and access to vision care in the world's poorest, most remote communities.

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Orasel KIT, Cambodia

Abt/POUZN’s principal implementing partner, Population Services International (PSI) in March 2006 launched the world’s first diarrhea treatment kit, called Orasel KIT®, in Pursat and Siem Reap districts of Cambodia.

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MAP

MAP Ecuador provides capacity development to communities as well as poor, socially vulnerable groups, so that they are able to receive integrated health services incorporating promotion, prevention, and healthcare.

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Low Cost Standard Therapeutics (LOCOST)

Low Cost Standard Therapeutics (LOCOST) makes essential medicines for those working with urban and rural poor in India and was started in response to the difficulty faced by those working in remote areas to access good quality medicines at affordable prices.

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Action Network for the Disabled

ANDY seeks to rehabilitate disabled youth from underprivileged families through the provision of mobility aids and assistive devices such as wheelchairs, elbow crutches, white canes and braille.

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Socios En Salud

Socios En Salud Sucursal Peru (SES) is part of the international nonprofit Partners in Health (PIH). While supporting national programs to combat TB and HIV, SES has maintained and expanded a wide range of primary care and social support services in the shantytowns of Lima.

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ADRA Perú

The program uses a participatory multi-sector decentralized approach to address the spread of TB in areas of Peru by establishing centers throughout the country specifically designed for TB care, providing capacity training and adequate infrastructure, and mobilizing community support.

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Jayaashree Industries

Millions of women around the world cannot afford sanitary napkins, mainly because they’re manufactured using expensive machinery and thus priced at a premium. Such women resort to an older and cheaper alternative – a piece of cloth or rag.

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DKT HEALTHCARE (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

DKT HEALTHCARE (Thailand) Co., Ltd. was founded in June 2009 in response to three main problems facing Thailand's Ministry of Health: inadequate number of health personnel, low access to family planning services in the southern region, and decreasing use of male contraceptive methods.

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BanaPads

BanaPads’ micro-franchise business model aims to harness the power of micro-entrepreneurs selling door to door in an Avon-style network to reinvent rural trade and scale up the access to sanitary pads designed to improve health and productivity.

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DKT Nigeria

DKT Nigeria contributes to reaching new contraceptive users by providing a variety of options such as condoms, IUDs, oral contraceptives, emergency contraceptives, injectables and implants, using innovative social marketing.

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Zambia Interfaith Networking Group

To network, coordinate, build competencies and mobilize both technical and financial resources that will assist FBOs carry out HIV and AIDS activities that will promote quality of life and contribute to the reduction of new infections in the community

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Leprosy Control Programme

The Leprosy Control Programme reaches out to the rural population with educational and awareness raising campaigns to reduce the stigmatisation of leprosy patients, while also identifying patients in rural areas and referring them to a health centres or hospital for diagnosis and treatment.

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Nayonika Eyecare Charitable Trust

Nayonika Eyeycare Charitable Trust works with the urban poor in different parts of Bangalore and provide them with eyehealth education and access to quality eyecare services. Covering about 75000 citizens, Nayonika provides free eye screening, cataract surgeries and eye care treatment.

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DoctorKePaas TeleHealth

We enable the real time monitor of patient’s health by stabilising autonomous KIOSK (home care clinics) that can be accessible from smart phone, tablets or PC. We also facilitate generic drugs delivery & discounted surgery plan with our associated Hospitals.

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EVAcoh Cooperative Pharmacies

The Eastern Viasayas Area Cooperation in Health (EVAcoh) consists of social health enterprises (SHEs) organized by PHANSUP, a nongovernmental organization , working in tandem with the VICTO and its network of cooperatives in Region 8. It is a method of investment in the provision of health services.

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Living Goods

Living goods is an “Avon-like” network of franchised community health promoters who provide health education and earn a living selling essential health products door-to-door at prices affordable to the poor.

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Merrygold Health Network

Merrygold Health Network aims at creating access to low cost good quality Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services by networking with Private health service providers as franchisees.

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Helping Babies Breathe

Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) is an evidence-based educational program to teach neonatal resuscitation techniques in resource-limited areas.

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Embrace Global

Embrace is a sustainable social enterprise that is addressing the issue of global infant mortality through an innovative infant warmer that costs less than 1% of a traditional incubator.

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Child and Family Wellness (CFW) Shops

The HealthStore Foundation’s CFW network is a network of medical clinics and micro-pharmacies whose mission is to provide access to essential medicines to marginalized populations in the developing world. Their main services include diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of prevalent outpatient condit

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