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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.

DKT Democratic Republic of the Congo

Democratic Republic of the Congo
DKT is in the process of establishing an office to begin social marketing family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention programs in a very poor country with a very limited health infrastructure.

DKT India

India
DKT India uses a network of responsive sales representatives to distribute condoms and other family planning products to districts throughout India using dynamic social marketing.

DKT Vietnam

Vietnam
DKT Vietnam has two main components: A social marketing campaign that focuses on making subsidized condoms, oral contraceptives pills, and other modern contraceptive methods, and targeted interventions for populations with HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases.

DKT Mozambique

Mozambique
DKT Mozambique is using an innovative social marketing program to encourage the use of condoms and other contraception to improve family planning and prevalence rates of HIV/AIDS.

DKT Philippines

Philippines
DKT Philippines is using an innovative social marketing campaign to increase the use of condoms and other birth control in the Philippines.

Andalan - DKT Indonesia

Indonesia
DKT Indonesia helps decrease infant and maternal mortality and lower HIV infection rates by training and working with midwives and increasing the use of contraception in Indonesia through a dynamic social marketing program called Andalan.

DKT Turkey

Turkey
DKT-Turkey is a social marketing enterprise with a mission to provide family planning services and prevent HIV/AIDS transmissions. DKT’s decision to establish a program in Turkey was based on the country’s high rates of unintended pregnancies and abortion.

Marie Stopes Bolivia

Bolivia
Marie Stopes Bolivia approaches the subjects of sexual and reproductive health in men and women creatively through the provision of established and mobile services, aiding in the financing of services for low-income families, social marketing and participative, inclusive education.

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MoTeCH)

Ghana
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.

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