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Sokapheap Krousat Yeugn (SKY) Micro-Health Insurance

SKY, “Sokapheap Krousat Yeugn,” is an innovative micro-health insurance program for the rural poor in Cambodia. SKY seeks to improve the health of Cambodians by providing affordable and accessible Social Health Insurance and quality care.

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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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Health Equity Fund Managed by Pagoda

With the financial support from Canada, Buddhist for Health (BFH) started Health Equity Fund Managed by Pagoda (HEFP) in Takeo province in 2003. This is a health care financing scheme which is initiated to improve the health of very poor people in rural area.

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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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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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Operation ASHA

Operation ASHA is a registered non-profit that has taken TB treatment to the doorsteps of 6.1 million individuals living in disadvantaged areas. It operates in over 3,000 villages and slums in eight states spread across India and two provinces in Cambodia.

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