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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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Corporacion KIMIRINA

Corporación Kimirina is a technical NGO working in Ecuador for 11 years. It specializes in health-related topics, particularly HIV/AIDS and malaria.

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BasicNeeds

BasicNeeds is an international NGO working to make change on the issue of mental illness & epilepsy in developing countries. By working in partnership with mentally ill people, BasicNeeds has built a unique & effective model for recovery and sustained good mental health.

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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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NICE Foundation

NICE Foundation is dedicated to improving maternal health and combating infant & child mortality. The Foundation strives to provide quality health care to the poorest and most neglected in Indian society through its hospital and school-based services, and the rural child health program.

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Réseau ProFam, Cameroon

ProFam Cameroon is a clinical franchise that aims to improve the quality and accessibility of and increase the demand for health care services in the private sector.

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One Heart World-Wide

One Heart Worldwide (OHW) has developed an innovative, effective, culturally acceptable, replicable and sustainable model to reduce preventable deaths related to pregnancy and childbirth among vulnerable populations by raising awareness and teaching good birth practices.

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Child and Family Wellness (CFW) Shops

The HealthStore Foundation’s CFW network is a network of medical clinics and micro-pharmacies whose mission is to provide access to essential medicines to marginalized populations in the developing world. Their main services include diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of prevalent outpatient condit

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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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Andalan - DKT Indonesia

DKT Indonesia helps decrease infant and maternal mortality and lower HIV infection rates by training and working with midwives and increasing the use of contraception in Indonesia through a dynamic social marketing program called Andalan.

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Kageno Health Program

Kageno health program increases the capacity of communities to deliver quality health services.This project operates in both Kenya and Rwanda, and places a special emphasis on mothers and children, who are often the most vulnerable to disease and malnutrition.

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Obstetric Fistula Repair and Care Project

The project aims at reversing poor levels of Obstetric Fistula in which a girl or woman ends up with an abnormal opening between the vagina and bladder (Vesico-Vaginal Fistula) and/or rectum (Recto-Vaginal Fistula)during child birth.

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Scaling Up Home-based Maternal and Postnatal Care

The project aims to improve maternal, neonatal and infant health status through increasing the proportion of women delivering with a skilled attendant and receiving essential antenatal, postpartum, newborn care and family planning services.

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Boma la Mama

Boma la Mama complements Tanzania's maternity health service by running and funding a parallel clinic--thus helping to alleviating the overcrowding at public hospitals--and offering an education program that provides Tanzanian midwives with equipment and up-to-date training on maternity care.

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Born to Live

Born to Live employs mothers living with HIV to mentor HIV-positive pregnant women and new mothers in health facilities. They work side-by-side with doctors and nurses, supporting and educating women about how to take their medicines, care of themselves, and their babies.

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Familia

The Familia social franchise network operates six regions in Tanzania under the direction of Population Services International. When clinics join the Familia network, they receive supplies and training necessary to provide standardized, high quality healthcare.

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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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Action for Community Development (ACODEV)

Action for Community Development is a Uganda-based non-governmental organization working to employ innovative solutions in the areas of human rights, HIV/AIDS, reproductive and child health, and systems strengthening in Eastern Africa.

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Joining Hands Initiative

Joining Hands Initiative is a DFATD-funded project that aims to improve MNCH services within the communities in Tanzania. The initiative will aid in establishing systems to refer patients for required services, improve community awareness and health practices as well as increase demand for MNCH and

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South Sudan Physician's Organization

The South Sudan Physician's Organization trains and supports community health workers to reach under-served populations in South Sudan with basic health care and referrals. The organization places a particular emphasis on providing care to camps for internally displaced persons.

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Casa Angela

Casa Angela is a non-profit organization that carries out MNCH activities in the hopes of increasing indicators in the slums of Sao Paulo. Initiatives under Casa Angela include workshops for mothers, provider trainings, seminars for youth, and physiotherapy.

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