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Bharatiya Agro Industries Foundation (BAIF)

BAIF works across India to create opportunities of gainful self-employment for rural families. The program provides health care and health microinsurance.

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Carolina for Kibera (CFK)

CFK develops local leaders, empowers youth and provides health care services to the Kibera slum community of Nairobi. this collaborative network includes a primary care clinic, sports program, reproductive health and women's rights facility, and monthly community service projects

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Honduran Family Planning Association (ASHONPLAFA)

ASHONPLAFA is the Honduran affiliate of the International Planned Parenthood (IPPF).The institution provides family planning services through several channels, mainly a CSM program.

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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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Teddy Exports HIV/AIDS Workplace and Local Community Education Programme

Teddy Exports is a fair-trade export company with an explicit commitment to social and economic development. In 1992, Teddy Exports set up the Teddy Trust into which it directs 50 percent of its profits to support a range of welfare activities for its workers and the local community.

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Condom Social Marketing

The Society for Family Health, through its Condom Social Marketing program, produces, promotes and sells two condom brands in South Africa: Lovers' Plus and Trust. Lovers' Plus is an affordable, aspirational brand with three product lines.

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HIV Comprehensive Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) Services for Vulnerable Women in Vietnam

This Program provides direct medical, social and economic care and support to HIV-infected mothers, their children and families in eight provinces.

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Healing Fields Foundation-Micro Health Insurance

Healing Fields is a non-profit organization dedicated to making health care affordable and accessible to poor, underprivileged, and marginalized people in India. The Foundation has provided health insurance to over 75,000 individuals from low income communities across five states in India.

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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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Action Service Hope for Aids (ASHA Foundation)

ASHA (Action, Service and Hope for AIDS) Foundation, established in 1998, is a charitable trust helping people infected with HIV/AIDS, their families and society as a whole through prevention, awareness, treatment, support, and rehabilitation of HIV-infected and affected persons.

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Vimo SEWA

Vimo SEWA is an integrated insurance program aiming to provide social protection for members of the Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) to cover their life cycle needs through an insurance organisation in which they themselves are users, owners and managers of all services.

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Swagathi

Swagati is a programme of the Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT) for HIV prevention among the most vulnerable populations in eight coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh.

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Etafeni Project

The project aims to address the numerous problems facing AIDS-affected and vulnerable children in Nyanga township outside Cape Town, where almost 28% of the population is HIV positive, by providing holistic and sustainable community-based care in a community-built and community-staffed centre.

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Happy Mothers Network

Happy Mothers Network is a fractional franchise providing family planning and reproductive health services through 150 outlets in Nigeria.

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Surya Clinics

Janani started a social marketing and social franchise program called Surya that uses India's large private health sector network of practitioner and facilities to provide safe and low-cost options for family planning, health, and reproductive health services in rural areas.

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Solar Suitcase

We Care Solar designs solar-powered systems to meet essential maternity care needs. We Care Solar Suitcases are designed to be safe, robust and efficient in powering: critical obstetric and surgical lighting, mobile phones, fetal heart rate monitors, and essential medical devices.

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PSI/PASMO Belize

PSI/PASMO Belize was founded in 1999 to work in HIV/AIDS prevention and foster sexual and reproductive health using a social marketing approach that utilizes targeted research and innovative social marketing strategies in the areas of BCC and product sales.

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PSI/Botswana

PSI/Botswana was founded in 1993 to help improve women’s reproductive health. Now programs reach out to all Botswanans and focus on HIV prevention. Programs promote products, services, and healthy behaviors that enable low-income and vulnerable people to lead healthier lives.

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PROMACO

PSI established PROMACO in 1991. Its programs target mobile populations, commercial sex workers and women. PROMACO estimates that in 2008 its products and services helped avert 1,367 cases of HIV and 49,313 unintended pregnancies.

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PSI/Caribbean

PSI/Caribbean is responsible for implementing the HIV and AIDS component of the CARISMA project in the Eastern Caribbean and Belize. PSI’s success in the region has been achieved through a unique and innovative partnership strategy that complements existing activities of local NGOs.

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Population and Community Development Association (PDA)

PDA’s innovative program, which included the non-physician, community-based distribution of oral contraceptives and condoms, as well as a clinic referral service, contributed significantly to the decrease of Thailand’s annual population growth rate from 3.3% in the 1970s to 0.6% in 2005.

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