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Zingatia Maisha

Zingatia Maisha, meaning “carefully consider life” in Kiswahili, helps the medical establishment and communities affected by AIDS to work together to achieve better HIV services and improved adherence to treatment.

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Alive and Thrive

Alive & Thrive is a five-year (2009-2013) initiative to improve infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices by increasing rates of exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) and improving complementary feeding practices.

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Child Helpline International

Child Helpline International (CHI) is the global member network of child helplines, working to protect the rights of children. The program is a telecommunication and outreach service for children.

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Healthy Child Uganda (HCU)

Healthy Child Uganda (HCU) is a community-based partnership that works with local citizens to identify and solve the problems that most impact their children’s health. HCU helps communities help themselves by delivering training programs and providing support services for young children.

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Kyetume Community Based Health Care Programme (Kyetume CBHC)

Kyetume Community Based Health Care Program (KCBHCP) is a registered non governmental organizations started by Christian churches of Kyetume Parish to advence initiatives geared towards health and socioeconomic developments within the Kyetume and Mukono District in Uganda.

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PrePex, Male Circumcision Device

The PrePex device has been developed to facilitate safe, simple, scalable and cost effective non-surgical adult male circumcision programs as part of a comprehensive HIV prevention package in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Sailing Doctors

Sailing Doctors is currently the only medical organization providing regular medical care to remote areas of the Lamu District. Sailing Doctors provide a monthly clinic that travels up the Kenyan coast in a dhow providing basic medical care.

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Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlets (ADDO)

ADDO is a donor-supported initiative led by the Tanzanian Food and Drug Authority to train and license small, privately operated retail outlets in rural and poor areas to sell a set list of essential medicines, including selected prescription drugs.

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Karuna Trust

Established in 1986, Karuna Trust is a public charitable trust that has been implementing health and development programs through public private partnership in India for over two decades.

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Leveraging the Private Pharmacy Sector

Patients sometimes skip doctor visits and head directly to pharmacies for medicines. PATH aims to train employees at pharmacies to be able to better diagnose patients and refer them to relevant clinics or hospitals.

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SMS For Life

The SMS for Life initiative is a 'public-private' project that harnesses everyday technology to eliminate stock-outs and improve access to essential medicines in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Pushpagiri Eye Institute (PVRI)

Pushpagiri Eye Institute operates two ‘Super Specialty Hospitals’ in India, treating various forms of preventable eye diseases at full cost for those who can pay and at a subsidized cost for those who cannot. It also runs various community screening and outreach programs.

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Contracting of Radiology Services in Bihar

The Government of Bihar has contracted with private provider IGE Medical Systems (IGEMS) to provide radiology services in health care facilities across Bihar, from primary health centers to district hospitals.

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DKT Turkey

DKT-Turkey is a social marketing enterprise with a mission to provide family planning services and prevent HIV/AIDS transmissions. DKT’s decision to establish a program in Turkey was based on the country’s high rates of unintended pregnancies and abortion.

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Open Medical Record System (OpenMRS)

Open Medical Record System (OpenMRS) is an efficient electronic medical record (EMR) storage and retrieval systems for treating the millions of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis (TB) patients in the developing world.

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Integrated Malaria Control Program

The Integrated Malaria Control Program is collaborating with health management teams and three international private voluntary organizations (PVOS) to provide guidance, training and medications. The program seeks to reduce malarial infections amongst poor and marginalized populations.

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Nairobi Slums TB Project

Nairobi Slums TB Project was started to bring TB testing facilities closer to the people in the slums of Nairobi. The overall objective of the project is to enhance prevention and care of tuberculosis through intensified case finding in the communities, through community health workers.

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Gramin Vikas Vigyan Samiti (Gravis) - Health

GRAVIS has a variety of health initiatives that target the poor communities living in the Thar Desert of India. GRAVIS hospital services patients at little or no charge. Their mobile health camps enable outreach to rural communities to provide occupational lung disease and malaria treatment.

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East Africa Public Health Laboratory Networking Project

The East Africa Public Health Laboratory Networking Project aims to establish a network of cross-country, high-quality public health laboratories within Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda that will serve as surveillance sites to monitor hot spots for disease transmission.

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Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Services is a project implemented by Medical Team International (MTI) to reduce mortality and morbidity rates caused by road accidents in Cambodia.

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Mister Sister Mobile Primary Healthcare Clinics

PharmAccess Namibia has been working closely with rural employers, especially through the Agricultural Employers Association and the surrounding communities, over the past years and has gained a solid understanding of the challenge that long distances to health facilities pose.

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