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Arogya Triage@Home

Arogya builds local social enterprises, owned by trained local youth (girls and boys), to deliver pediatric triage services at home. These entrepreneurs go door to door delivering care for common ailments and preventable diseases. Arogya also screens for hearing and vision impairments.

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Carolina for Kibera (CFK)

CFK develops local leaders, empowers youth and provides health care services to the Kibera slum community of Nairobi. this collaborative network includes a primary care clinic, sports program, reproductive health and women's rights facility, and monthly community service projects

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Centre Dushishoze

Centre Dushishoze (meaning “think about what you’re doing” in the local language) was the first center in Rwanda to provide young people with quality, affordable reproductive health services in an integrated and youth-friendly setting.

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Action Service Hope for Aids (ASHA Foundation)

ASHA (Action, Service and Hope for AIDS) Foundation, established in 1998, is a charitable trust helping people infected with HIV/AIDS, their families and society as a whole through prevention, awareness, treatment, support, and rehabilitation of HIV-infected and affected persons.

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Sangath

Sangath is a non-governmental, non-profit organization committed to improving health across the life-span. Its primary focus areas are child development, adolescent and youth health, and mental health.

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Railway Children

Railway Children helps vulnerable children in grave circumstances. Their objective is to provide relief to children and young people who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress and in particular to those living on the streets.

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Population and Community Development Association (PDA)

PDA’s innovative program, which included the non-physician, community-based distribution of oral contraceptives and condoms, as well as a clinic referral service, contributed significantly to the decrease of Thailand’s annual population growth rate from 3.3% in the 1970s to 0.6% in 2005.

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PASMO El Salvador

PSI/El Salvador, known locally as PASMO, was founded in 1998 to improve the situation of HIV/AIDS in most at high risk populations using social marketing strategies. Since it was founded, PSI/El Salvador has built strong bonds with local NGO’s and the Ministry of Health's National HIV/AIDS Program.

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PASMO Guatemala

PSI/Guatemala was founded in 1997 to improve prevention of HIV/AIDS using social marketing, as part of PASMO (Pan American Social Marketing Organization). Since then, PSI/PASMO Guatemala has added voluntary counseling and testing (VCT), youth HIV projects and family planning (FP) to its portfolio.

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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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APROPO

APROPO's mission is to promote a culture of reproductive health with free and responsible sexuality. APROPO focuses its activities on sexual health, which includes reproductive health, family planning, and the prevention of unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV.

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EQUIDAD

EQUIDAD is a non-profit organization founded in the year 2000; it was created to promote cultural and social services, health, and community mobilization for the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual) community, and the prevention/treatment of HIV/AIDS.

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Green Question - Youth friendly reproductive health service in Vietnam (YFS)

The Reproductive Health Projects (RHPs) has launched a pilot program that introduced Youth Friendly Services (YFS) into existing public sector reproductive health clinics in three provinces of Vietnam.

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Concerned Women for Family Development (CWFD)

CWFD started its activities as a Non-Government Organization by providing family planning services at the community level through one to one approach, face to face communication and door to door service.

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HIV Prevention and Care for the Youth - (HIPACY)

The program started as a Youth program targeting young people in the Mukuru slums and has grown to a comprehensive and nationwide program that continues to reach youth, most at risk populations and other under served communities using various HIV/AIDS prevention strategies.

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Build Kenya

Build Kenya launched its education, income generation and HIV/AIDS awareness programmes to address key issues affecting young people's development. Its primary activities are carried out through "health clubs" which work with school-aged children to deliver key health education messages.

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Tuungane Youth Centre

Tuungane is a youth organization that aims at promoting HIV prevention and improving uptake of VCT and STI services by offering youth friendly and youth specific HIV services.

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The Youth Truck

Youth Truck is a mobile outreach service, which sensitizes youth in rural areas and urban slums on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) (including HIV/AIDS prevention) through films and other activities.

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Tabasamu Project

Tabasamu has a mission to provide free dental care, free dental education and preventative dental care to under served communities in the Anglican Diocese of Kitale in western Kenya and now Haiti. Tabasamu, is a dental outreach project comprised of volunteer dentists, hygienists, and others.

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Relating Adults & Youth (READY) for Health

The "READY for Health" project increases awareness & understanding about reproductive health issues among high school students related to the prevention of unwanted pregnancies & sexually transmitted diseases & HIV/AIDS transmission through a peer-to-peer education method.

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Action Network for the Disabled

ANDY seeks to rehabilitate disabled youth from underprivileged families through the provision of mobility aids and assistive devices such as wheelchairs, elbow crutches, white canes and braille.

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