In West Bengal only 49.27% of deliveries take place in health institutions, and there is an uneven distribution of public sector health care facilities. In order to provide adequate care, contracting with accredited private health care facilities was initiated in West Bengal.
ARTH was founded by a group of community health professionals in 1997 with a commitment to improving the health status of the underprivileged communities in India, focusing on women’s reproductive health.
LifeNet International's (LN) conversion franchise model includes nurse training, management training, growth financing, and pharmaceutical supply to transform quality of care and increase range of services in primary healthcare facilities in Burundi, Uganda, and the DRC.
The HealthStore Foundation’s CFW network is a network of medical clinics and micro-pharmacies whose mission is to provide access to essential medicines to marginalized populations in the developing world. Their main services include diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of prevalent outpatient condit
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.
SABCOHA aims to co-ordinate a private sector response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It is a member-driven organisation with several large corporations, medium-sized enterprises and smaller companies, including service providers, joining forces in the private sector initiative to combat HIV/AIDS.