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Insta Products (EPZ), Ltd.

Insta Products EPZ Limited (Insta) is a well-established manufacturer located in Nairobi, Kenya. They specialize in manufacturing low-cost flour-based nutritional products for emergency feedings programs throughout East Africa and are in close collaboration with UNICEF, USAID, WFP, and other major humanitarian organizations.

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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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Lifebuoy Friendship Hospital

Working with the Friendship charity, Unilever Bangladesh sponsored the complete transformation of a French oil-barge into a comfortable residential boat with proper amenities for medial procedures to serve remote char communities.

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Centro Ginecologico Integral (CEGIN)

CEGIN, is a completely self-financed and profitable company, which offers affordable health services to mothers, their children and women in poor rural areas.

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Community Empowerment in Health

Since March 2008, Omni Med has partnered with local health officials, the US Peace Corps, Volunteers for Prosperity, and local and transnational NGOs to train community health workers, called village health teams—VHTs, in the Mukono District of Uganda.

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Kollyani Clinics

The project aims to reduce the morbidity and mortality rate among the people living in under-served and poor communities in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. In collaboration with Graus and Ekata the project has been developing the capacity of the Health Forums to sustainably manage services centers.

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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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Jacaranda Health

Jacaranda Health is a Kenya-based social enterprise that combines business and clinical innovations to create a fully self-sustaining and scalable chain of maternity clinics. The clinics provide affordable, high-quality maternal and child health services to poor urban women.

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Holistic Health for Mother and Baby

The Afghan Institute of Learning uses a multi-faceted approach to healthcare for pregnant Afghan women, combining health education and care. AIL has health clinics, health education workshops, prenatal and postnatal care and trains nurses, midwives, community health workers and rural traditional b

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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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Boma Maternal Health Delivery Model

The BOMA program aims to improve health outcomes of the people in Magadi through implementation of a community health strategy.

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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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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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Bandhan Health Program

The Bandhan Health program is comprised of health education ( forums facilitated by Bandhan's Health Community Organizer), health product distribution (via health kits provided to the health volunteers) and providing linkages/referrals to public health centers for women children and adolescents

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Children's Health and Development in Kenya (CHADIK)

CHADIK works in collaboration with Gertrude's Children’s hospital to bring expert care and treatment through mobile clinics to mothers and children living in hard to reach areas of the Laikipia East District.

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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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Combating Child Mortality among Batwa (CCMB)

Combating Child Mortality among Batwa (CCMB) is a CARE implemented project that operates among the Batwa community with efforts geared towards reducing child morbidity in Kisoro and Kabale districts.

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Mobile Phones for ttC/MNCH in Sierra Leone

World Vision (WV) Sierra Leone recently introduced the MOTECH Suite application across three of its area development programs in Bonthe, a southern district of Sierra Leone. Supported by WV Ireland and WV UK, the application targets improvement in maternal and child health.

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