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.
Rachel House is a non-profit organization that provides palliative care for children from poor families between the ages of 0-18 years old with terminal illnesses such as cancer and HIV/AIDS. RH is the first pediatric palliative care organization in Indonesia.
The Saving Newborn Lives program helps in the development of health services effective for decreasing the mortality rate of infants between the ages of 0-28 days. SNL2 Indonesia is examines the feasibility of providing quality Essential Newborn Care services in low resource settings.
Kageno health program increases the capacity of communities to deliver quality health services.This project operates in both Kenya and Rwanda, and places a special emphasis on mothers and children, who are often the most vulnerable to disease and malnutrition.
LAMB is an integrated delivery organization that focuses on providing maternal & child care services through it's hospital and network of community-based clinics and safe delivery units. LAMB thereby has its foundations in providing health services around the communities of the area.
MoTeCH is a joint initiative between the Grameen Foundation, Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health and the Ghana Health Service which uses mobile phone technology to improve health outcomes for mothers and their newborns in rural Ghana.
The Blue Star Programme (BSP), a social franchise networking private sector providers, was established in Bangladesh by the Social Marketing Company (SMC) in June 1998 in order to improve access to quality health care services.