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Communication for Behavior Change in Afghanistan (COMPRI-A)

The COMPRI-A project uses social marketing and behavior change communication to increase demand for, access to, and use of health products by women of reproductive age and children under five. The project educates the public about good health practices and promotes healthy behavior.

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Seva Foundation

Seva Foundation works to reduce avoidable blindness, working with partners in 19 countries, to help communities develop high quality, sustainable affordable eye care services.

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Surya Clinics

Janani started a social marketing and social franchise program called Surya that uses India's large private health sector network of practitioner and facilities to provide safe and low-cost options for family planning, health, and reproductive health services in rural areas.

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Saúde 10

Saúde 10 is a start up chain of primary health clinics in Rio de Janeiro. Entrepreneurs Ingrid Lins e Silva and Breno Farias de Araújo offer low cost, high quality medical services and comfortable clinics to the community.

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APECA

APECA Inc., was created with the goal of stabilizing the communities along the Amazon river to ensure the preservation of the rainforest. Its work focuses on three areas: community empowerment, environmental conservation, and health.

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Christian Hospital Chandraghona (CHC)

The Christian Hospital Chandraghona (CHC) started as a small health centre, initially provided clinic-based primary health care, and slowly grew into the main referral centre for Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) and a portion of the neighbouring upazilas of Chittagong District.

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TMSS Health Sector

TMSS aims at multi-dimensional socio-economic interventions under which it has been running and managing health sectoral institutions, programs and projects. With a view to provide health services to the poor community in general and to the beneficiaries of TMSS in particular.

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Secondary School Action for Better Health

The Secondary School Action for Better Health (SSABH) is adapted from Primary School Action for Better Health (PSABH),and is an effective model of behavior change intervention among adolescents to be implemented in 150 secondary schools. This project began in April 2009 and ended in March 2010.

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Cox's Bazar Hospital for Women and Children

These centers aim to serve millions of people by providing education, acute medical care, treatment, and the rehabilitation of sick, injured, disabled and destitute women and children.

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AIDS Barefoot Doctors (ABD)

AIDS Barefoot Doctors (ABD) contributes to breaking the cycle of poverty and AIDS in rural villages in Kenya. ABDs are not physicians, but community members/health workers who become leaders and provide home-based care and group therapy and education to people living with HIV/AIDS.

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Cambodian Medicinal Plants Project

The Cambodian Medicinal Plants project has been initiated and implemented since 1997 by NOMAD Recherche Soutien International (NOMAD RSI) to improve the health conditions of the indigenous people in the Mondulkiri province.

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SughaVazhvu

The program provides primary healthcare to remote Indian populations through the establishment of Rural Micro Health Centers (RMHC)in partnership with ICTPH. By providing a broad range of health services including cancer screenings, they can prevent medical emergencies.

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Community-Based Response to HIV/AIDS (COMBAR-AIDS)

Community-Based Response to HIV/AIDS (COMBAR-AIDS) is a project whose approach focuses on mobilizing and collaborating with various stakeholders to help HIV/AIDS communities increase their individual health care purchasing power.

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The Pragya Project on Endogenous Mechanisms for Health & Sanitation in Remote Areas

The Pragya Project on Endogenous Mechanisms for Health & Sanitation in Remote Areas is part of an overall effort at 'appropriate development, from within'.

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ARK's Community Access and Adherence Program

The Community Access and Adherence Program trains unskilled community workers to ensure that HIV patients adhere to their treatment regimens.

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Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlets (ADDO)

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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Shasthya Sena

Shasthya Sena (Health Force) is a program designed to improve the quality of services provided by informal providers in rural Bangladesh by integrating them into the country’s health system.

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Leveraging the Private Pharmacy Sector

Patients sometimes skip doctor visits and head directly to pharmacies for medicines. PATH aims to train employees at pharmacies to be able to better diagnose patients and refer them to relevant clinics or hospitals.

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First Care - Rural Health Project

First Care is a healthcare initiative implemented by the Rural Technology and Business Incubator (RTBI), a society set up by the Indian Institute of Technology, to promote technology-based business ventures in rural areas.

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Rahnuma - Family Planning Association of Pakistan (FPAP)

Rahnuma - Family Planning Association of Pakistan (FPAP) works through various programs to increase access to quality and affordable health care aimed at women and young girls in the civil society of Pakistan.

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Kollyani Clinics

The project aims to reduce the morbidity and mortality rate among the people living in under-served and poor communities in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. In collaboration with Graus and Ekata the project has been developing the capacity of the Health Forums to sustainably manage services centers.

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