Informal sector workers

North Star Alliance Roadside Wellness Centres

Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, The Gambia
North Star Alliance is a non-profit, public-private partnership that is establishing a network of roadside health clinics at major truck stops and border crossings to serve hard-to-reach populations across Africa.

Corporacion KIMIRINA

Ecuador
Corporación Kimirina is a technical NGO working in Ecuador for 11 years. It specializes in health-related topics, particularly HIV/AIDS and malaria.

Corporacion Hogar de Cristo

Ecuador
The organization's main objective is to facilitate healthcare access to a high-risk population northeast of the city of Guayaquil. Respiratory, gastrointestinal, and urinary tract infections are common in this region.

Arpana Swasthya Kendra

India
Arpana Swasthy Kendra is a partnership project of Arpana trust and Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD). The MCD has authorized Arpana to run the health centre (Arpana Swasthya Kendra), as well as cover the World Bank IPP VIII Population Program.

Healthy CRECER

Bolivia
Rural Credit with Education (CRECER) is a Financial Development Institution which works with Credit Associations to provide financial and educational services to poor women with the ultimate goal of improving their quality of life and that of their families.

Pro Mujer Bolivia

Bolivia
Pro Mujer Bolivia is a microfinance development institution which provides health services to their clients as an integral part of their programming.

Cell-PREVEN

Peru
PREVEN, Community Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV/AIDS, is cell-phone application developed by research scientists from the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (Lima, Peru), the University of Washington (Seattle, USA) and Imperial College of London (UK).

South African Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS (SABCOHA)

South Africa
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.

PASMO Panama

Panama
PASMO/Panama began its operations in 2003 focusing their efforts on sexual health with an emphasis on preventing HIV and sexually transmitted infections, improving the availability of and access to products that promote health, and promoting healthy behaviors through the tools of social marketing.

PASMO Guatemala

Guatemala
PSI/Guatemala was founded in 1997 to improve prevention of HIV/AIDS using social marketing, as part of PASMO (Pan American Social Marketing Organization). Since then, PSI/PASMO Guatemala has added voluntary counseling and testing (VCT), youth HIV projects and family planning (FP) to its portfolio.

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