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Charis International Medical Centre

This program provides healthcare to the surrounding population, particularly women and children and is run using an innovative model of cross-subsidy from profits gained through treating private clients at the same facility allowing affordable prices for community clients.

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Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI)-the Philippines, Bangladesh

The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative is an effort by UNICEF and the WHO to designate maternity facilities as 'baby-friendly' by ensuring they do not accept free or low-cost breastmilk substitutes, feeding bottles or teats, and have implemented 10 specific steps to support successful breastfeeding

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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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Kuraneza program

The Kuraneza (good growth) is a public-private program that is at its pilot stage. The program looks at ways of developing new policies that will emphasize community health, and early child development

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Bandhan Health Program

The Bandhan Health program is comprised of health education ( forums facilitated by Bandhan's Health Community Organizer), health product distribution (via health kits provided to the health volunteers) and providing linkages/referrals to public health centers for women children and adolescents

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Mother-Baby Pack

The Mother-Baby Pack is a take-home box of PMTCT drugs designed for women and children who have limited access to conventional, high-quality preventive care. It contains anti-retroviral drugs and antibiotics to protect one mother and child.

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Children's Health and Development in Kenya (CHADIK)

CHADIK works in collaboration with Gertrude's Children’s hospital to bring expert care and treatment through mobile clinics to mothers and children living in hard to reach areas of the Laikipia East District.

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Malezi-Bora

Malezi-Bora is a mobile application, availed in local languages, with audio content regarding maternal and newborn health. It works on ultra-low-cost handsets and leverages village social networks and utilizes a pay-it-forward business model, designed to incentivize mothers to share its content.

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Sanitary Kit for Traditional Midwives

The Sanitary Kit will provide low-cost hygienic materials and disinfectants to traditional birth attendants (TBAs) for use in home deliveries in poor communities.

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Partnership for Maternal and Neonatal Health

Partnership for Maternal and Neonatal Health has mobile outreach clinics for mothers and babies, and opened “Kiror”or waiting dormitories – a maternity waiting home on the site of Kabichbich Health Center, where women who live far from health facilities can stay before giving 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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Mayer Hashi Project

The Mayer Hashi Project, supported by USAID, works to improve women's health by increasing awareness of and access to long-acting and permanent methods of family planning (LA/PMs), such as implants, IUDs, and male and female sterilization.

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Community Prevention of Mother To Child HIV Transmission Project

The project builds partnerships with People Living with HIV/AIDS, Village Health Teams (VHTs), government health units, and other organizations to carry out awareness campaigns, and offer counseling and testing services to couples while identifying and giving referrals for early infant diagnosis .

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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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M-Vaccine

M-vaccine will enhance the accessibility of mandatory vaccines by tracking the vaccines undertaken and reminding patients when vaccines are due. The system will also help doctors identify vaccines taken in the case that this information is lost by the patients.

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The Zambulance

The Zambulance connects rural African villages to critical medical care. It's a trailer that can be easily attached to either a bicycle or motorbike. The innovative design provides the patient with an affordable and comfortable solution for emergency transportation to health centers in rural areas.

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Calcutta Kids

Calcutta Kids is committed to empowering the poorest children and expecting mothers in the underserved slums in and around Kolkata, India by increasing their access to health and nutrition services, and encouraging positive health-changing behaviors.

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Kenya Women Finance Trust (KWFT) Microinsurance

The KWFT health microinsurance scheme is underwritten by CIC and NHIP. The voluntary, individual policy is available to all KWFT members. It is the largest regulated women only serving institution in Africa and the leading deposit taking microfinance institution in Kenya with 67.2% market share.

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Ad-din Ambulances

The Ad-din Hospital established a low-cost ambulance service in 2008 after recognizing that many women in Dhaka were failing to access emergency obstetric care. Using mobile phones and a global positioning system (GPS) tracking, Ad-din manages a fleet of 66 ambulances stationed throughout the city.

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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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Fistula Hotline

Fistula Hotline run by the Aberdeen Women's Centre is a toll-free phone number that allows women from remote areas to call specialized nurses at the center about their symptoms, who then determine if the women are eligible for fistula treatment.

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