Lea Toto, Swahili for “to raise the child”, is a community-based outreach program which extends care of HIV+ children into the community through the provision of medical services, nutrition, counseling and capacity building.
APAE was founded in 1961 to treat individuals with developmental deficiencies from childhood to adulthood. The organization offers healthcare services, as well as education programs, and supports researches and rights.
Founded in 1972 by families of hearing-impaired teenagers, the DERDIC was incorporated into the Pontificia Universidade Católica de São Paulo and is run by their Speech and Hearing school. The organization provides free clinical services for low-income Brazilians, educational training, and research.
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.
CWFD started its activities as a Non-Government Organization by providing family planning services at the community level through one to one approach, face to face communication and door to door service.
Sajida Foundation is a Bangladeshi NGO that works to improve health outcomes among the country's poor through diversified social development interventions in order to help reach national and international targets for health.