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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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Public Private Mix for Tuberculosis, Malaria and Reproductive Health

The Public Private Mix (PPM) is a model that has been initiated and implemented by Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) Cambodia to enhance the quality of health care services, by strengthening providers’ capacity and linkages between the public and private sector.

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RHAC Clinics

Clinics were established and run by local non-profit organization (RHAC) since 1996 to improve sexual and reproductive health of Cambodian people. At beginning, a RHAC clinic was open to serve people in Phnom Penh and then the clinic has grown to 18 clinics in eight provinces and one city.

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Special Operating Agency (SOA)

Special Operating Agency (SOA) in Health is a supply-side oriented mechanism transformed from contracting and implemented by the Cambodian government through the use of government staff as contractors to improve the quality of health care services for people, mainly the poor and vulnerable.

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The Lake Clinic (TLC)

The Lake Clinic (TLC) is a mobile boat clinic that serves isolated populations on the Tonle Sap Lake.

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Malaria Control in Cambodia (MCC)

MCC is a community-based control and prevention project to reduce malaria-related impacts in the western part of Cambodia. URC does this through the provision of support to the Cambodian National Malaria Control Program (CNMCP), along with sub-national and private sector programs.

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Youth Friendly Services

Youth Friendly Services is a special clinical service that has been implemented by Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia (RHAC) since 2007 to improve the health of the youth in Cambodia.

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School Health Integrated Programme

​The SHIP project uses two health interventions (deworming and vision screening) as entry points for a School Health and Nutrition programme that centres on the use of schools as a delivery platform. SHIP will serve as a demonstration that such interventions can be integrated within education plans.

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