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Arogya Triage@Home

Arogya builds local social enterprises, owned by trained local youth (girls and boys), to deliver pediatric triage services at home. These entrepreneurs go door to door delivering care for common ailments and preventable diseases. Arogya also screens for hearing and vision impairments.

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Barefoot College

Established in 1972, the Barefoot College is a non-government organisation that has been providing basic services and solutions to problems in rural communities, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable.

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Smile-on-Wheels - National Mobile Hospital Programme

Smile on Wheels is a national-level mobile hospital programme, catering to the underprivileged children and women. The program takes well-equipped medical vans along with specialized doctors, nurses, medical staff, and medicines to the identified villages and slums in a systematic manner.

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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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Amrita Institute of Medical Science (AIMS)

The AIMS hospital provides affordable care as well as charitable care and offers a full range of primary and specialty care medical services as well as enabling cross-specialty consultation. AIMS was awarded medical university status by the state government of Kerala.

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DHRUVA - Community Health (An associate organisation of BAIF)

DHRUVA is an Associate Organization of the BAIF Development Research Foundation registered in 1995 under the Societies Registration Act of 1960 and Bombay Public Trust Act of 1950. DHRUVA is an acronym for "Dharampur Utthan Vahini" or the "Vanguard of Awakening in Dharampur".

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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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Institute of Health Management: Pachod and Pune

This health and development program aims to improve the health status in urban slums through the establishment of a decentralised health delivery system and development of strong local structures. The project is operational in 27 slums of the Mundhwa-Ghorpadi area, serving a population of 30,000.

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Piramal E-swasthya

E-swasthya is a Social Initiative of Primal Healthcare Limited, a first-of-its-kind telemedicine-based model for providing primary care in Rajasthan, India that aims to address the absence of doctors.

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CARE Rural Health Mission

CARE Rural Health Mission is a not for profit organization funded by Care Hospitals non-profit arm CARE Foundation and specializing in telemedicine solutions to link rural health workers in Maharasthra and Andhra Pradesh with doctors at a district-level hub.

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Vivekananda Girijana Kalyana Kendra

This organization runs a hospital and provides a mobile medical unit for remote areas. The hospital also trains young women as midwives to be stationed in surrounding areas.

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Abha Seva Sadan - Multitherapy Charitable Health Center (ASSMCH)

The Abha Seva Sadan Multitherapy Charitable Health Center (ASSMCH) is a project of the Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team (AMURT), a non-profit NGO. ASSMCH was founded to provide quality health care and health education to the rural areas of Jharkhand state in Northeastern India.

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NYSASDRI, Management of Primary Health Centers

The non-profit NGO NYSASDRI has been contracted by the state of Orissa to manage primary healthcare centers in Orissa. This Public-Private Partnership is intended to improve quality, accessibility, availability, and efficiency.

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Deen Dayal Chalit Aspatal (Mobile Units)

Deen Dayal Chalit Aspatal (or Deen Dayal Mobile Units) make health services accessible to disadvantaged populations in remote rural areas through Mobile Medical Units (MMUs).

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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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Aarohi

Aarohi’s mission is to create development opportunities for rural Himalayan communities through quality healthcare and education, enterprise promotion, women’s empowerment, sustainable natural resource use, and the revival of traditional culture.

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Deepalaya - Community Health Program

Deepalaya’s Community Health Program provides access to health care, encourages health seeking behavior among the people & strengthens existing health delivery mechanisms in target villages in South Delhi through its rural health center and mobile clinics.

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G.V. Meditech Ltd

G.V. Meditech is a provider of high quality and affordable healthcare to patients in Uttar Pradesh and the surrounding areas. The company, which is based in Varanasi, has begun expansion into semi-urban and rural areas through the establishment of 25-55 bed secondary hospitals.

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SughaVazhvu

The program provides primary healthcare to remote Indian populations through the establishment of Rural Micro Health Centers (RMHC)in partnership with ICTPH. By providing a broad range of health services including cancer screenings, they can prevent medical emergencies.

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Our Family Clinic

Our Family Clinic provides affordable and quality healthcare to rural and semi-urban areas in Kerala, India. The organization implements an innovative family and patient-centered healthcare model delivered through a chain of Family Clinics. These clinics aim to bridge the gap within India’s fragment

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Distance Healthcare Advancement (DISHA)

The DISHA (Distance Healthcare Advancement) project is an initiative of Apollo Hospitals, Philips, Indian Space Research Organization and the Dhan Foundation. The goal of DISHA is to deliver high-quality, low-cost diagnostics and care to low-income rural communities.

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