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SafeCare Foundation

The SafeCare Foundation is designed for health care providers in resource-poor settings to assist them in step-wise quality improvement and the delivery of safer care to their patients.

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Wild4Life

Wild4Life started as an HIV/AIDS program in Zimbabwe, but has expanded to building rural health systems throughout sub-Saharan African countries. Piloting rural health clinics, monitoring health needs of rural populations and developing local partnerships has dramatically improved health outcomes.

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Nexleaf Analytics

Nexleaf is a non-profit technology company that provides organizations, governments, and manufacturers sensors that are designed to provide real-time monitoring and data collection. Sensors are paired with cell-phone-based technologies to access important information from remote locations.

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MeTA - Peru

The objectives are to improve access to medicines in developing nations by strengthening transparency and accountability in the management and marketing of medicines, as well as to promote alliances between government, private sector and civil society organizations.

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Aga Khan Development Network eHealth Resource Centre

Aga Khan Development Network eHealth Resource Centre drives improvements in access, quality, cost, efficiency and safety of health care through Information and Communication Technologies. The Centre supports the assessment, development and implementation of eHealth activities in Asia and Africa.

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CCBRT (Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania)

CCBRT is the largest local provider of disability and rehabilitation services in Tanzania, specialising in eye, ortho, rehabilitation, prosthetics & orthotics, reconstructive surgery & fistula. Also engaged in maternal and newborn health, CCBRT is building its own Maternity Hospital.

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iKure Techsoft

India’s healthcare sector remains critically flawed with a shortage of facilities, manpower, and resources. iKure, a social entrepreneurial rural health care venture was formed to provide accessible and affordable primary health care using a technology innovation called WHIMS.

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