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DERDIC - Division for Education and Rehabilitation for Communication Disorders

Founded in 1972 by families of hearing-impaired teenagers, the DERDIC was incorporated into the Pontificia Universidade Católica de São Paulo and is run by their Speech and Hearing school. The organization provides free clinical services for low-income Brazilians, educational training, and research.

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APOPO

APOPO is a social enterprise that researches, develops, and deploys detection rat technology for humanitarian purposes. APOPO's HeroRATs provide second-line screening of TB samples from collaborating DOTS Centers.

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Karuna Trust

Established in 1986, Karuna Trust is a public charitable trust that has been implementing health and development programs through public private partnership in India for over two decades.

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Operation ASHA

Operation ASHA is a registered non-profit that has taken TB treatment to the doorsteps of 6.1 million individuals living in disadvantaged areas. It operates in over 3,000 villages and slums in eight states spread across India and two provinces in Cambodia.

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Contracting of Radiology Services in Bihar

The Government of Bihar has contracted with private provider IGE Medical Systems (IGEMS) to provide radiology services in health care facilities across Bihar, from primary health centers to district hospitals.

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Bangladesh Urban Primary Health Care Services Delivery Project

Beginning in 1998, UPHCSDP is a government run initiative that involves public private partnerships with national NGOs to improve the health status of the poor in 11 city corporations and 4 municipalities by providing an essential package of high-impact services. The project is now in its third phase, which will run until June 16th 2017.

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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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