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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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Zambia-Led Prevention Initiative (ZPI)

Zambia-led Prevention Intiative (ZPI) works to reduce HIV transmission in Zambia through comprehensive, effective, community-based prevention efforts.

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Community COMPACT

Community COMPACT seeks to prevent new HIV infections by increasing the number of individuals and couples who are aware of their status.The Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia, a research, training, and service provision organisation, implements the program with funding from PEPFAR/CDC.

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Wild4Life

Wild4Life started as an HIV/AIDS program in Zimbabwe, but has expanded to building rural health systems throughout sub-Saharan African countries. Piloting rural health clinics, monitoring health needs of rural populations and developing local partnerships has dramatically improved health outcomes.

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Riders for Health

Riders for Health (Riders) is an international NGO and not-for-profit social enterprise that manages vehicles used for health care delivery by partner organisations in sub-Saharan Africa. We manage 1,300 vehicles across sub-Saharan Africa.

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One Family Health

One Family Health establishes primary healthcare clinics based on franchise principles in areas of need in the developing world, bringing essential medicines and healthcare services to the most vulnerable and underprivileged.

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Gradian Health Systems

Gradian Health Systems is a nonprofit social enterprise that equips hospitals around the world to deliver anaesthesia safely and provide quality surgical care. Our Universal Anaesthesia Machine was designed to operate in settings with unreliable electricity and a lack of compressed medical gases.

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