Women

Clinique Combiné

Rwanda
Partners in Health (PIH) Rwanda, Inshuti Mu Buzima (IMB) partnered with Rwanda’s Ministry of Health to established Clinique Combiné integrated-services clinics for mothers and infants.

BanaPads

Tanzania, Uganda
BanaPads’ micro-franchise business model aims to harness the power of micro-entrepreneurs selling door to door in an Avon-style network to reinvent rural trade and scale up the access to sanitary pads designed to improve health and productivity.

Mwayi wa Moyo (“A Chance to Live”) Project

Malawi
In Malawi, government-supported community health workers—called health surveillance assistants (HSAs)—deliver a range of maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH) interventions in several community packages, each developed vertically and supported by a different department within the Ministry o

Marie Stopes International Yemen

Yemen
Marie Stopes International Yemen (MSI Yemen) is a social enterprise delivering high quality family planning and reproductive health information and services to the women of Yemen. Since 1998 we have provided services to more than 1 million Yemenis.

Arrow web Hospital

Arrow Web Hospital is a community health care registered nonprofit making organization in Kenya-based on social maternal and children’s health care that combines business and clinical innovations to create a fully self-sustainability chain of new born babies and maternity services to the countless m

Biocon Foundation - Mobile Early Detection and Prevention of Oral Cancer (mEDPOC)

India
Mobile Early Detection and Prevention of Oral Cancer (mEDPOC) is a technology based program developed by Biocon Foundation for oral cancer screening and prevention. The primary beneficiary includes disadvantaged sections of the society who have limited access to healthcare resources .

Mobile Phones for ttC/MNCH in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone
World Vision (WV) Sierra Leone recently introduced the MOTECH Suite application across three of its area development programs in Bonthe, a southern district of Sierra Leone. Supported by WV Ireland and WV UK, the application targets improvement in maternal and child health.

MANAS Foundation

Manas Foundation is a mental health, non profit organization which has been operating in Delhi for the last 14 years.

CCBRT (Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania)

Tanzania
CCBRT is the largest local provider of disability and rehabilitation services in Tanzania, specialising in eye, ortho, rehabilitation, prosthetics & orthotics, reconstructive surgery & fistula. Also engaged in maternal and newborn health, CCBRT is building its own Maternity Hospital.

Jayaashree Industries

India
Millions of women around the world cannot afford sanitary napkins, mainly because they’re manufactured using expensive machinery and thus priced at a premium. Such women resort to an older and cheaper alternative – a piece of cloth or rag. This is an unhygienic alternative and can cause infections, leading to a greater risk of complications in childbirth, and even cancer. Jayashree Industries produces affordable sanitary napkins using low-cost machinery with local actors. Women in India can afford to purchase the sterilized sanitary napkins without compromising on quality.

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