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Nutrition and Tuberculosis Control Program for Children

The ICDDR,B Nutrition Programme has started a health systems-based approach to the detection of childhood TB cases in the Tangail district of Bangladesh. The project aims to create a network of community health workers (CHWs) and village doctors to effectively detect and treat TB in children.

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Tello Mobile Clinic (TMC)

Tello Mobile Clinic (TMC) aims to decrease the incidence of common illnesses and other manageable health problems in Pulau-Pulau Batu (Rock Islands) through the provision of mobile health services to marginalized and isolated communities in the North Sumatra region of Indonesia.

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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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North Star Alliance Roadside Wellness Centres

North Star Alliance is a non-profit, public-private partnership that is establishing a network of roadside health clinics at major truck stops and border crossings to serve hard-to-reach populations across Africa.

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RDRS Bangladesh

RDRS Bangladesh is a national humanitarian and development NGO operating since 1972 in association with LWF/DWS Geneva and its Related Agencies.

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Inshuti Mu Buzima

Inshuti Mu Buzima (IMB) is a Partners in Health (PIH) initiative that was formed to address HIV prevention and treatment issues in rural Rwanda.

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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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World Health Partners (WHP)

World Health Partners is a not-for-profit health service delivery organization that uses social franchising to link existing village-level providers through business relationships and technology to high levels of care in order to provide comprehensive, quality health care to rural communities.

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