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Adopt-A-Doctor

Adopt a Doctor alleviates the problem of high human resource turnover rates and lack of experienced physicians in health facilities by providing financial aid and other critical resources to help doctors continue serving the poorest communities.

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Jamkhed Model

The Jamkhed Model implemented by CRHP is designed to operate on a multi-sectored approach to health and development. The three components of the model encompass Village Health Workers, the Mobile Health Team, and the on-campus Julia Hospital and Training Center.

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Institute for Rural Health Studies

The Institute for Rural Health Studies (IRHS) runs a chain of clinics in rural Andhra Pradesh that make extensive use of village health workers and use a referral system to let patients receive specialized care in Hyderabad.

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E Health Point

E Health Points (EHP) are units owned and operated by Healthpoint Services India (HSI) that provide families in rural villages with clean drinking water, medicines, comprehensive diagnostic tools, and advanced tele-medical services that “bring” a doctor and healthcare to their community.

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Christian Hospital Chandraghona (CHC)

The Christian Hospital Chandraghona (CHC) started as a small health centre, initially provided clinic-based primary health care, and slowly grew into the main referral centre for Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) and a portion of the neighbouring upazilas of Chittagong District.

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Walking With Maasai Healthcare Project

One of Walking with Maasai’s aims is to relieve the burden of preventable disease by developing health care initiatives that provide health care to remote areas of Maasai communities.

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Medishare Africa Mobile Telemedicine Clinics Project

The Mobile Telemedicine Clinic Project will utilize satellite communications to connect medical staff running a mobile clinic in rural areas of Kenya with specialized doctors in urban areas.

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Cox's Bazar Hospital for Women and Children

These centers aim to serve millions of people by providing education, acute medical care, treatment, and the rehabilitation of sick, injured, disabled and destitute women and children.

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Socios En Salud

Socios En Salud Sucursal Peru (SES) is part of the international nonprofit Partners in Health (PIH). While supporting national programs to combat TB and HIV, SES has maintained and expanded a wide range of primary care and social support services in the shantytowns of Lima.

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All Purpose Medical Information System (APMIS)

APMIS captures, stores, exchanges and utilizes healthcare data on a transparent, secure and affordable platform. The platform is designed to improve hospital financial sustainability by reducing operational costs and overhead, hospital owners and managers increases profitabilit, reducing operationa

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HealthOne

HealthOne is a chain of diabetes management and primary care clinics in Islamabad/Rawalpindi. HealthOne currently has three clinics established in high density, low income areas.

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Owethu Clinics

Owethu is a rural primary healthcare clinic deployed in rural communities. These mobile structures provide state of the art facilities and equipment funded by the Cipla Foundation. A range of healthcare services are provided in partnership with NGO's to serve poor communities at low cost.

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Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation (ATNF)

Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation (ATNF), a not-for-profit organization, is a part of the Apollo Hospitals Group. It is credited with being the first to setup a Rural Telemedicine centre in 1999 in Aragonda (in Andhra Pradesh).

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Mobile Clinic in Malawi (PIH and MOH)

Partners in Health Malawi was initiated in 2007 as Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo (APZU). PIH/APZU partners with Malawi’s Ministry of Health in the rural Neno district to provide comprehensive, community-based care to a catchment area of about 125,000 people. In October 2013, the program initiated a weekly mob

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FXBVillage Model

FXBVillage methodology brings the extreme poor to self-sufficiency in three years by simultaneously tackling the five drivers of poverty: lack of nutrition, health, education, housing, and income.

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Academy of Family Physicians of India

The Academy of Family Physicians of India (AFPI) is an academic association of trained family physicians in India that focuses on supporting and promoting family medicine – the academic discipline, specialty and vocational training of primary care physicians.

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Dr. Recomenda

Dr. Recomenda is a mobile application that allows a patient to create a health profile that can be shared with a doctor. For instance, cholesterol, blood pressure, and diet indicators can be tracked with the mobile application.

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Mais 60 Saude

Mais 60 Saude is an elderly care program that focuses on care management, disseminating health education, and providing wellness classes.

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CommCare

CommCare is an open-source turnkey product designed to strengthen logistics management through the use of mobile technology. Its main focus is on Warehousing & Inventory Management, Service Delivery & Utilization, and Distribution. CommCare operates in over 50 countries.

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Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand is a public charitable trust founded in India in 2002 whose objective is to eliminate poverty by creating jobs. Complementary health programming focuses on reaching out to rural and underserved communities, providing both clinical care and community health awareness and mobilisation.

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Jibon Tari

Jibon Tari is a floating hospital, first of its kind, that started operating at the riverbank of Mawa in Munshiganj district, Bangladesh. The aim of this project is to provide health services to remote communities of the country for the benefit of the poorer section of the society.

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