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Free Health Services for the Poor (Layanan Kesehatan Cuma-Cuma (LKC))

Free Health Services (Layanan Kesehatan Cuma-Cuma/LKC) represents a network of clinics (from Dhompet Dhuafa), which are allocated to the Dhuafa community with the goals of assisting the poor, as well as to create partnerships, advocate and empower community health.

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Community-Based Disabled Rehabilitation Program

YAKKUM is a faith based organization working for the disabled. YAKKUM is integrated with a number of associate hospitals including Bethesda, Panti Rapih, Panti Waluyo, Panti Ludira, and Yakkum Emergency Unit (YEU) and ACT Alliance.

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Rachel House Pediatric Palliative Care

Rachel House is a non-profit organization that provides palliative care for children from poor families between the ages of 0-18 years old with terminal illnesses such as cancer and HIV/AIDS. RH is the first pediatric palliative care organization in Indonesia.

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Klinik ASRI

Health In Harmony (HIH), a U.S.-based non-profit organization, is supporting Indonesian communities by linking healthcare with rainforest conservation.

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The John Fawcett Foundation Mobile Eye Clinics

The John Fawcett Foundation Mobile Eye Clinics offers free cataract surgery to low-income people in Bali especially those who live in remote villages.

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Health[e]Foundation

Health[e]Foundation aims to enrich and update the skills of practicing health workers using blended learning, a method of learning that combines conventional classroom teaching methods with independent learning via e-learning methods.

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E-prescription For Community Health Center

The application of e-prescription in community health centers Babakan Sari, Bandung, West Java is said to be the first in Indonesia. This application takes place through cooperation of Padjadjaran University and Institute Technology of Bandung, Indonesia.

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Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinic, Pasar Badung, Bali

Established in January 2004, the sexual and reproductive health clinic based in Pasar Badung (traditional market) has provided medical assistance and health education for female visitors, labourers and communities who reside in the Pasar Badung area.

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Nexleaf Analytics

Nexleaf is a non-profit technology company that provides organizations, governments, and manufacturers sensors that are designed to provide real-time monitoring and data collection. Sensors are paired with cell-phone-based technologies to access important information from remote locations.

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Bidan Delima

Bidan Delima is a midwife accreditation program launched by Ikatan Bidan Indonesia or IBI (Indonesian Midwives Association) in 2003, to educate and incentivise Indonesian private midwives to meet and maintain the standard of care.

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Rumah ASI: Exclusive Breast Feeding Peer Support Group

Asosiasi Ibu Menyusui Indonesia (Indonesian Lactating Mother Association/AIMI) is a voluntary peer support group established by mothers to mothers.

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Saving Newborn Lives 2 Program (SNL2)

The Saving Newborn Lives program helps in the development of health services effective for decreasing the mortality rate of infants between the ages of 0-28 days. SNL2 Indonesia is examines the feasibility of providing quality Essential Newborn Care services in low resource settings.

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Prosmiling Terpadu

Prosmiling Terpadu consists of a mobile clinic will travels to rural areas to deliver primary care services, along with maternity care, growth screening for toddlers, dental care, and more.

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Tello Mobile Clinic (TMC)

Tello Mobile Clinic (TMC) aims to decrease the incidence of common illnesses and other manageable health problems in Pulau-Pulau Batu (Rock Islands) through the provision of mobile health services to marginalized and isolated communities in the North Sumatra region of Indonesia.

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