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mothers2mothers

mothers2mothers uses a Mentor Mother Model to empower mothers living with HIV, through education and employment, as role models to help other women access essential services and medical care.

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Safe Mothers, Safe Babies

We seek to improve the diverse structural and cultural contributors to poor maternal and child health in rural communities of the developing world. By working with target populations under a model of "participatory development," to uncover local problems and devise community-sustainable solutions.

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Healthy Entrepreneurs

Healthy Entrepreneurs distributes high quality and affordable essential health products, services and information enhancing the health of people in developing countries. HE organizes an end-to-end supply chain to local entrepreneurs, who run a pharmacy or drugstore, and health facilities.

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Breath of Life

The program focuses on strengthening the quality of newborn care in low-resource settings.. By providing appropriate medical devices and staff training, ensures these facilities can save the lives of infants suffering from common and easily treatable newborn conditions.

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Powerfree Education Technology

In response to the growing need to improve newborn health outcomes in developing countries Powerfree Education Technology develops teaching tools and technological devices that are affordable, durable and energy independent that can be used in resources deprived settings.

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Kangu

Kangu has a big dream: every woman in the world has a safe birth. Kangu’s crowdfunding platform is designed to help put an end to preventable maternal & newborn deaths by enabling microdonors to support life-saving health services for pregnant women (mamas) & their babies in need, globally.

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Mama Rescue

Mama Rescue is a cloud-based emergency transportation system that helps mothers access skilled & emergency obstetric care. Mothers use mobile-phone based vouchers to get transportation either from home to health center, or from health center to hospital, in an effort to reduce transport time.

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