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National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)

Regulate and control the importation, exportation, manufacture, advertisement, distribution, sale and use of regulated products.

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Unified Accreditation System

The Unified Accreditation System was created under Law 100, which extended universal health coverage for public and private health services, to improve quality and regulate the growing private medical sector.

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Total Market Approach (TMA) for Family Planning

PATH has worked with governments in Nicaragua and Vietnam to develop operational plans for public-sector contraceptive distribution to targeted market segments. It has also strengthened public-private dialogue around family planning service delivery and collaborates actively with the private-sector.

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Maximum Drug Retail Price (MDRP)

The Maximum Drug Retail Price is mandated under Executive Order 821 series of 2009 to make medicine affordable and accessible to Filipinos. MDRP is required on drugs that reduce the incidence of morbidity and mortality. MDRP is imposed on all retail outlets, public or private.

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INRUD Improve Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment (INRUD-IAA)

The International Network for Rational Use of Drugs (INRUD) was established to design, test, and disseminate effective strategies to improve the way drugs are prescribed, dispensed, and used, with a particular emphasis on resource poor countries.

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Secondary School Action for Better Health

The Secondary School Action for Better Health (SSABH) is adapted from Primary School Action for Better Health (PSABH),and is an effective model of behavior change intervention among adolescents to be implemented in 150 secondary schools. This project began in April 2009 and ended in March 2010.

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3Is in Continuum of Care

3Is is an integrated strategy to reduce TB-related morbidity, mortality and transmission, especially for those have co-infections of tuberculosis (TB) and HIV/AIDS, through increased early detection and proper treatment.

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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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Health Care Services Price Disclosure Act of 2011

This act mandates that patients are informed of the costs of services in health facilities and hospitals in order to protect them from sudden price increases and provide them with greater decision-making power regarding where to seek care.

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Securing Ugandans' Right for Essential Medicines (Uganda SURE)

Securing Ugandans' Right for Essential Medicines (Uganda SURE) aims to ensure that the people of Uganda have access to adequate quantities of high quality, essential medicines and health supplies, by strengthening the national pharmaceutical supply system.

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Afghanistan Health Policy Project

The Health Policy Project builds and strengthens the capacity of government to design, negotiate, and manage hospital public-private partnerships (PPPs), and the capacity of local private sector organizations to partner with the government in the delivery of high-quality health services.

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Zambia Union of Nurses Organization (ZUNO)

ZUNO was established in 2007 with the mission to empower nurses and uphold professional excellence. They engage in collective bargaining to attain fair wages and improved working conditions. They also organize leadership and business training.

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Access, Services and Knowledge (ASK)

The program aims to build young people’s individual capacity to make safe choices; to make Sexual and Reproductive Health services better adapted to young people’s individual needs; and to strengthen the linkages between information and service provision.

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HAND TO HAND RENAL CARE

Hand to Hand Renal care aims to integrate physical and virtual (internet and mobile telephony) interventions to increase access to and quality of renal care in resource poor settings

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Shonaquip

Shonaquip is committed to improving the quality of life of individuals living with moderate to severe disabilities in South Africa. It designs, manufactures, and supplies posture support wheelchairs, mobility equipment, and positioning devices while striving to ensure that policy and good practice support the rights of people with disabilities.

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FHI 360 Cardiovascular Disease and HIV Integration

This pilot program offers cardiovascular disease screening to people who come into healthcare facilities for HIV prevention and treatment services.

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Nepal Family Health Program

Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP) was formally launched on April 15, 2002. The program focuses on reducing fertility and protecting family health.

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Strengthening Communities Response to HIV/AIDS (SCORE) - Umutara

SCORE program works with Ministry of Heath Rwanda at the District level as they implement the HIV-AIDs awareness as well as strengthening the underprivilage on how to over come the epidemic. They also look to improve family planning, maternal health as well as general primary health care.

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Public-Private Mix DOTS

In the Philippines, PPM DOTS was officially adopted in 2003 as a strategy to increase case detection and harmonize TB management among all health care providers.

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Punjab Health Foundation

The foundation provides interest-free loans to essentially deserving medical professionals and doctors to start their practices or augment the existing health service delivery mechanisms.

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West Africa Drug Regulatory Authority Network (WADRAN)

The West Africa Drug Regulatory Authority Network (WADRAN) aims to combat counterfeit drugs on a regional level through the exchange of information and strategies between countries and the creation of regionally harmonized regulatory efforts.

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