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Instituto Se Toque

Se Toque is a non-for-profit organization, funded in 2005. The institute has education as an instrument to build awareness, community mobilization to prevent diseases. The main focus of the institute is prevention and diagnosis of breast cancer.

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Instituto Saúde e Sustentabilidade

Instituto Saúde e Sustentabilidade (ISS) promotes health through social engagements, dissemination of information and social sustainable development. Its Rádio na Comunidade (FUMCAD) program provides radio stations with CDs to broadcast with positive health messages for the city of São Paulo.

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The Brazilian Society for Family Welfare (BEMFAM)

BEMFAM is a Brazilian non-profit organization that focuses on local social development and grounds its work on determined population needs.

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Solar Ear

Solar Ear is a Brazilian based company that manufactures, assembles and distributes a low-cost solar-powered hearing aid that is helping improve the quality of life of the hearing-impaired.

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Dentista do Bem

In 2002 Turma do Bem was founded, an organization that aims to change society’s perception of oral health, by providing children access to dental care. It also shows dentists the social and environmental impacts of their activities.

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Saúde Criança

Saúde Criança aims to promote the biopsychosocial well-being of children and families who live below the poverty line by approaching health in an integrated way and as a social inclusion instrument.

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Pastoral da Criança

Pastoral da Criança, founded by Dr Zilda Arns and the confederation of Catholic Bishops in Brazil, aims the holistic development of children and promotes the development of families and communities, without distinction of race, profession, nationality, gender, political and religious affiliations.

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Casa Angela

Casa Angela is a non-profit organization that carries out MNCH activities in the hopes of increasing indicators in the slums of Sao Paulo. Initiatives under Casa Angela include workshops for mothers, provider trainings, seminars for youth, and physiotherapy.

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