Hope Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh Inc.

Hope Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh is a US-based non-profit organization providing primary health care in rural areas of Bangladesh, since 1999. Hope Hospital and the rural clinics offer low cost healthcare to the needy people in the community.

Afghan Social Marketing Organization (ASMO)

ASMO is a social marketing project designed to increase access to and use of quality health products and services by women and children, especially in rural and undeserved areas, by using a variety of media and community outreach campaigns.

K-MET Community Clinics

K-MET runs two clinics located in slums in Kisumu East district with a focus on maternal and child health. Through PPPs the clinic also offers Home Based Care and Outpatient Therapeutic Programs to address challenges in HIV/AIDS care and malnutrition respectively.

Bloomberg Philanthropies Maternal Health Initiative

The initiative trains assistant medical officers and midwives in remote areas to perform life-saving procedures including caesarean sections and upgrades isolated health centers.

Midwife Kits - the Wunlang Health Clinic Project

South Sudan
The Midwife Kits are used by the Wunlang Health Clinic Project to train traditional birth attendants (TBAs) on how to hygeinically deliver babies in the rural areas through provision of a kit that contains the essential items needed for safe delivery of new born babies.

Omilling HIV-AIDS Project

South Sudan
Omilling HIV-AIDS Project promotes HIV-AIDS awareness and testing in remote settlements in the Omilling countryside, an area facing one of the highest concentrations of HIV-AIDS infection in Sudan.

Maternal, Newborn, and Child Survival Initiative (MNCSI)

South Sudan
The Maternal, Newborn and Child Survival Initiative (MNCSI) aims to reduce maternal and child mortality by training frontline health workers on care for pregnant women, newborns, and young children across Southern Sudan.

Born to Live

Born to Live employs mothers living with HIV to mentor HIV-positive pregnant women and new mothers in health facilities. They work side-by-side with doctors and nurses, supporting and educating women about how to take their medicines, care of themselves, and their babies.

Health Child - Uganda

Health Child Uganda aims to promote child health through the reduction of child illness and mortality. It focuses on preventing the occurrence of common illnesses among children including malaria, Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI), diarrhoea, worm infections and anaemia, amongst others.


Aponjon (aka MAMA Bangladesh) is a global public-private health information service created by USAID's Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action (MAMA) initiative to help pregnant women, new mothers and their families receive behavior change communication messages via mobile phone.