Women

Informed Push Model (IPM)

Senegal
The IPM is a distribution model that adapts principles used in commercial distribution to the public health sector. The IPM addresses common supply chain obstacles of transportation, quantification, data availability, and financial flows

Boticas Similares (BOSI)

BOSI is adapted from the TISA Guatemala model, and works to improve health by expanding access to essential medicines in rural Mexican communities. The network is managed by Farmacias Similares but stores are owned and operated by community residents who receive training, financing and support.

SEDA Automated Health Data Exchange System

Senegal
SEDA is an integrated health data and stock-out monitoring system that uses inexpensive and ubiquitous mobile phones for data collection,reporting, and supervision.

MomConnect

South Africa
MomConnect seeks to register all pregnant women, ensure that they visit an antenatal clinic, and provide them with information about pregnancy, birth, and care of an infant.

DonKomi

Ghana
NetWorks designed and implemented an eCoupon pilot program through the private sector in Koforidua, Ghana to inform possible approaches for private sector involvement in LLIN distribution.

Telemedicine Service

Telelifecare is into providing Telemedicine services by consultation and guidance of expert doctors from India using live video conferencing. . Telelifecare aims to provide scientific and latest medical advice at low cost by expert panel of doctors from HCG group of Hospitals, Ahmedabad, India.

Supply chain solution for Essential Care around the time of childbirth

Afghanistan, Gambia, Ghana, Haiti, Honduras, India, Kenya, Laos, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia
ayzh develops and distributes low-cost appropriate technology designed to meet the unique needs of women in low-resource settings. Operating an innovative B2B business model that sells to health institutions, ayzh gains significant and scalable access to women, newborns and healthcare workers.

Society for Family Health

Zambia
PSI/Zambia was established in 1992 to empower at-risk and underserved Zambians to lead healthier lives in line with the Government of Zambia’s health priorities. PSI/Zambia’s current portfolio contains programs in HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, malaria, safe water.

Zambia Interfaith Networking Group

Zambia
To network, coordinate, build competencies and mobilize both technical and financial resources that will assist FBOs carry out HIV and AIDS activities that will promote quality of life and contribute to the reduction of new infections in the community

DKT Myanmar

Myanmar
DKT Myanmar is in the process of developing programming to address these issues and provide access to a full range of affordable family-planning options.

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