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APECA

APECA Inc., was created with the goal of stabilizing the communities along the Amazon river to ensure the preservation of the rainforest. Its work focuses on three areas: community empowerment, environmental conservation, and health.

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HealthKeepers

HealthKeepers is a social microfranchise program that applies tested business methods to provide poor rural communities with access to affordable health care products, services, and information.

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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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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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Healthy Entrepreneurs

Healthy Entrepreneurs distributes high quality and affordable essential health products, services and information enhancing the health of people in developing countries. HE organizes an end-to-end supply chain to local entrepreneurs, who run a pharmacy or drugstore, and health facilities.

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One Family Health

One Family Health establishes primary healthcare clinics based on franchise principles in areas of need in the developing world, bringing essential medicines and healthcare services to the most vulnerable and underprivileged.

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Uganda Village Project

The Uganda Village Project (UVP) works with the people of Iganga to promote public health and sustainable development in the rural communities of this marginalized district in southeast Uganda through its IFMSA “Village Concept Project” model.

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