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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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Africa Teledermatology Project

Telemedicine utilizes modern telecommunication technology to provide medical services at a distance by connecting multiple medical centres and enabling exchange of expert medical information. The inherent visual nature of dermatology makes Teledermatology easily applicable to virtual medicine.

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Riders for Health

Riders for Health (Riders) is an international NGO and not-for-profit social enterprise that manages vehicles used for health care delivery by partner organisations in sub-Saharan Africa. We manage 1,300 vehicles across sub-Saharan Africa.

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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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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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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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Healthy Entrepreneurs

Healthy Entrepreneurs distributes high quality and affordable essential health products, services and information enhancing the health of people in developing countries. HE organizes an end-to-end supply chain to local entrepreneurs, who run a pharmacy or drugstore, and health facilities.

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