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Care 2 Communities (C2C)

Care 2 Communities (C2C) provides primary health care services to poor communities in Haiti through a social enterprise model. C2C clinics provide affordable, high-quality care and are financially self-sustaining after 3 years of operations.

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Tabasamu Project

Tabasamu has a mission to provide free dental care, free dental education and preventative dental care to under served communities in the Anglican Diocese of Kitale in western Kenya and now Haiti. Tabasamu, is a dental outreach project comprised of volunteer dentists, hygienists, and others.

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Hope for African Children Initiative (HACI)

The Hope for African Children Initiative (HACI) is an innovative response that addresses the entire child-focused prevention-care-mitigation continuum with mutually reinforcing program strategies.

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Elimentaire Sarl

Elimentaire sarl aims to combat malnutrition in Madagascar by selling a nutrient-rich food additive made from the leaves of the moringa tree in markets at the base of the economic pyramid. The company targets school children, rural villagers, and all customers who use flour or milk products. Elimen

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Afghan Social Marketing Organization (ASMO)

ASMO is a social marketing project designed to increase access to and use of quality health products and services by women and children, especially in rural and undeserved areas, by using a variety of media and community outreach campaigns.

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MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child

MAMTA – Health Institute for mother and child is a not-for-profit organization that works towards improving the sexual and reproductive health of current and future generations through a rights-based approach.

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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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Mwayi wa Moyo (“A Chance to Live”) Project

In Malawi, government-supported community health workers—called health surveillance assistants (HSAs)—deliver a range of maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH) interventions in several community packages, each developed vertically and supported by a different department within the Ministry o

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