Family Planning

Kioskos de Salud en Kenia

for profit

Access Afya trabaja con una cadena de clínicas pequeñas que proveen servicios estandarizados de consulta externa para comunidades de bajos ingresos. Las tecnologías de salud apoyan el trabajo y la comunicación con los pacientes. Este modelo derriba las barreras de acceso al llevar los servicios sanitarios directamente a la gente que más lo necesita. La clínica se vincula con redes comunitarias existentes para promover la participación y obtener financiamiento.

"Quiosques" de Saúde para Favelas do Quênia

for profit

Access Afya is creating a chain of ultra-mini-clinics that provide standardized outpatient services targeting the extreme poor. Health technologies support operations and patient communication. This model lowers barriers to good health by bringing care directly to the doorstep of the people who need it the most. The clinic links to existing community networks for outreach and health financing.

Health "Kiosks" for Kenya Slums

for profit

Access Afya is creating a chain of ultra-mini-clinics that provide standardized outpatient services targeting the extreme poor. Health technologies support operations and patient communication. This model lowers barriers to good health by bringing care directly to the doorstep of the people who need it the most. The clinic links to existing community networks for outreach and health financing.

Mother Bles Birthing Clinic (MBBC)

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Mother Bles Birthing Clinics (MBBCs) are networks of PhilHealth accredited birthing health facilities which started in the Leyte Province, and are now fast-spreading in the Philippine Archipelago. The program aims to provide poor pregnant women with accessible and affordable maternal and infant health care services.

Penda Health: Quality healthcare for all Kenyans

for profit

At Penda we think affordable quality care should be an option for everyone, and we plan to deliver this to millions at our chain of primary care clinics. We use a protocol based medical program and a carefully curated service-mix to address key outpatient needs. Combining our unique service delivery model, technology, and patient experience ensures our clinics are low cost.

Mister Sister Mobile Clinics Namibia

Mobile primary care clinics serving isolated rural populations in Namibia. The clinics are a public private partnership run by an NGO (Pharmaccess Namibia). The Government provides drugs and vaccines, with operating costs covered by a combination of user fees, monthly capitation payments made by rural employers to cover their workers, donor funding, and local private sector fund raising. The clinic vans are licensed by the Ministry of Health but owned and maintained by an NGO, Pharmaccess Namibia which hires and supervises staff.

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Location

Windhoek West
Namibia
22° 33' 52.1172" S, 17° 4' 34.8708" E
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