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Tiyatien Health is a Changemaker

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Tiyatien Health, a winner in the Rethinking Mental Health competition, is treating the effects of decades of brutal war in Liberia by training non-doctor health workers and clinicians to work directly with citizens of one of the poorest countries on Earth. The founders are survivors of Liberia's civil war and people living with HIV/AIDS.

Tiyatien Health trained the first non-physicians to administer anti-retroviral therapy in Liberia,and provided the first-ever HIV/AIDS treatments in southeastern Liberia, the poorest corner of the country. Now it is expanding beyond providing public HIV/AIDS treatment to rural communities by working to reverse decades of untreated depression and epilepsy.

Telecare Uganda

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About us

We are a health focused startup Holistically trying to address health
for mothers and children with heavy budden public health diseases like
TB through use of an application called antenatal truck.Our focus is
on millenium development goals 4,5 and 6 mainly Antenatal , post natal
,HIV

Happy Feet Home

India's first Children's Hospice to ensure that every terminally ill child has a lot of memories to cherish. We have a space that is safe for children to be children, a space where life is lived to the fullest even if it means for a few months, where memories are created & life is celebrated.

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Strengthening Local System in HIV and AIDS Prevention and Treatment Through Community-Based Organizations

This annual survey undertaken by Yayasan Ekspresi Warna (Expression of Color), a male-to-female transgender organization based in Surabaya (Indonesia)  found that there was significant positive impact in HIV prevention and treatment through the works of community-based organizations (CBOs). Waria (an Indonesian term for male-to-female transgender) is one of most at risk populations because most of them are sex workers and sexually active; and most of them are not exposed to health issue.

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Surabaya
Indonesia
7° 16' 29.2368" S, 112° 44' 4.7796" E
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