Children under five

Mother-Baby Pack

Cameroon, Kenya, Lesotho, Zambia
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.

Bandhan Health Program

India
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

Kuraneza program

Rwanda
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

Community Empowerment in Health

Uganda
Since March 2008, Omni Med has partnered with local health officials, the US Peace Corps, Volunteers for Prosperity, and local and transnational NGOs to train community health workers, called village health teams—VHTs, in the Mukono District of Uganda.

Integrated Malaria Control Program

Rwanda
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.

Giving Hope program

Rwanda
The YWCA-Rwandan program "Giving Hope"supports and cares for the OVCs in rural areas of Rwanda. The program also provides for PLWA and their families.

Women’s Equity in Access to Care and Treatment Program (WE-ACTx) for Hope

Rwanda
Women’s Equity in Access to Care and Treatment (WE-ACTx) for Hope increases women’s and children’s access to primary health care and treatment in resource-limited settings at the grassroots level.

HDI Medical and Technical Support Program

Rwanda
The HDI program works to strengthen the capacity of the health system to provide both preventive and curative care.The program focuses on training health workers especially in the rural areas believing that quality health care provision depends on the knowledge of health providers.

Lea Toto Community-Based Care Program

Kenya
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 de São Paulo

Brazil
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.

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