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Living Goods

Living goods is an “Avon-like” network of franchised community health promoters who provide health education and earn a living selling essential health products door-to-door at prices affordable to the poor.

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PROSALUD

PROSALUD is a private, non-profit, Bolivian Civil Association that works faithfully for more than 25 years in Bolivia with the mission of “Contributing to the protection of health in a socially-responsible manner as an aid to human development.”

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mothers2mothers

mothers2mothers uses a Mentor Mother Model to empower mothers living with HIV, through education and employment, as role models to help other women access essential services and medical care.

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Merrygold Health Network

Merrygold Health Network aims at creating access to low cost good quality Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services by networking with Private health service providers as franchisees.

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Réseau ProFam, Cameroon

ProFam Cameroon is a clinical franchise that aims to improve the quality and accessibility of and increase the demand for health care services in the private sector.

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BlueStar Pilipinas

BlueStar Pilipinas is a Family Planning (FP) franchise run by licensed midwives (1 midwife per clinic) in 200 clinics. PSPI started BlueStar Pilipinas in 2008 to increase accessible and affordable of quality FP services.

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Chiranjeevi Yojana (CY)

Chiranjeevi Yojana (CY) was created to significantly reduce maternal and infant mortality by harnessing the existing private sector and encouraging it to provide delivery and emergency obstetric care at no cost to families living below the poverty line.

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Child and Family Wellness (CFW) Shops

The HealthStore Foundation’s CFW network is a network of medical clinics and micro-pharmacies whose mission is to provide access to essential medicines to marginalized populations in the developing world. Their main services include diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of prevalent outpatient condit

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Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP)

The Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) trains community health promoters who undertake door to door sales of health and hygiene products and provide health information.

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BlueStar Bangladesh

The Blue Star Programme (BSP), a social franchise networking private sector providers, was established in Bangladesh by the Social Marketing Company (SMC) in June 1998 in order to improve access to quality health care services.

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Andalan - DKT Indonesia

DKT Indonesia helps decrease infant and maternal mortality and lower HIV infection rates by training and working with midwives and increasing the use of contraception in Indonesia through a dynamic social marketing program called Andalan.

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DKT Democratic Republic of the Congo

DKT is in the process of establishing an office to begin social marketing family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention programs in a very poor country with a very limited health infrastructure.

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Mahila Swahsta Sewa

The Mahila Swahsta Sewa network is a fractional franchise of 173 health providers in Nepal that provide a variety of family planning/reproductive health and maternal and child care services.

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Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI)-the Philippines, Bangladesh

The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative is an effort by UNICEF and the WHO to designate maternity facilities as 'baby-friendly' by ensuring they do not accept free or low-cost breastmilk substitutes, feeding bottles or teats, and have implemented 10 specific steps to support successful breastfeeding

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Djantoli

Djantoli (formerly Pesinet) designs and deploys innovative proximity (technology-based) services targeting children and their mothers. These services include regular home-based health monitoring, health insurance, and education to prevention.

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Association of Private Health Facilities in Tanzania (APHFTA)

APHFTA is involved in advocacy, training and capacity building, research, and networking of Private Health Facilities (PHFs) in Tanzania. In collaboration with various local and international bodies, it works as an umbrella organization for the whole private health sector in Tanzania.

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Familia

The Familia social franchise network operates six regions in Tanzania under the direction of Population Services International. When clinics join the Familia network, they receive supplies and training necessary to provide standardized, high quality healthcare.

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Kheth'Impilo

Kheth'Impilo specialises in solution development and implementation for health and community systems and services strengthening in marginalised communities. The comprehensive Health care solutions include treatment, care and support for people infected and affected with HIV and TB.

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Breath of Life

The program focuses on strengthening the quality of newborn care in low-resource settings.. By providing appropriate medical devices and staff training, ensures these facilities can save the lives of infants suffering from common and easily treatable newborn conditions.

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DKT Pakistan

DKT Pakistan has identified and begun the steps necessary to reach Pakistani couples and the more than six million women (20.1% of married women of reproductive age) with an unmet need for contraception through Social Marketing and Social Franchising initiatives.

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DKT Tanzania

DKT will develop innovative outreach, education, and marketing efforts to shift family planning behavior and to expand the contraceptive market.

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