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Arogya Triage@Home

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.

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Institute of Health Management: Pachod and Pune

This health and development program aims to improve the health status in urban slums through the establishment of a decentralised health delivery system and development of strong local structures. The project is operational in 27 slums of the Mundhwa-Ghorpadi area, serving a population of 30,000.

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Lifebuoy Friendship Hospital

Working with the Friendship charity, Unilever Bangladesh sponsored the complete transformation of a French oil-barge into a comfortable residential boat with proper amenities for medial procedures to serve remote char communities.

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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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Boma Maternal Health Delivery Model

The BOMA program aims to improve health outcomes of the people in Magadi through implementation of a community health strategy.

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Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP)

The Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) trains community health promoters who undertake door to door sales of health and hygiene products and provide health information.

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Mobile Phones for ttC/MNCH in Sierra Leone

World Vision (WV) Sierra Leone recently introduced the MOTECH Suite application across three of its area development programs in Bonthe, a southern district of Sierra Leone. Supported by WV Ireland and WV UK, the application targets improvement in maternal and child health.

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Clinique Combiné

Partners in Health (PIH) Rwanda, Inshuti Mu Buzima (IMB) partnered with Rwanda’s Ministry of Health to established Clinique Combiné integrated-services clinics for mothers and infants.

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Community Health Nurse on the Go (CNH)

Community Health Nurse on the Go is a mobile phone app, provided to community health workers, that combines virtual peer-to-peer support with improved connectedness to a professional network and supervisors.

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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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MIRA Channel (Women Mobile Lifeline Channel)

MIRA Channel (also called as Women Mobile Lifeline Channel) is an integrated mobile phone channel used in low-resource settings that provides health information to rural women and connects them with public health services.

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Project Muso

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.

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Casa Angela

Casa Angela is a non-profit organization that carries out MNCH activities in the hopes of increasing indicators in the slums of Sao Paulo. Initiatives under Casa Angela include workshops for mothers, provider trainings, seminars for youth, and physiotherapy.

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