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Stichting Rare Care World

'Rare is common: more than 7000 rare diseases affect around 400 million people worldwide (source: WHO). Sadly, for many of those affected receiving the right treatment at the right time is often not a matter of course. Most of the rare diseases are genetic and present in childhood. 30 % of the children born with a rare condition do not reach the age of 5 years. Delays in diagnosis are often caused by a lack of awareness... At RareCare we aim to be an open information resource for individuals with a rare disease, their families and their care providers.'

Location

Zwolle
Netherlands
NL

Infolep

'Infolep is the international knowledge center for access to (digital) information resources on leprosy and related subjects.'

Location

The Hague
Netherlands
NL

Life for African Mothers

Life for African Mothers is a unique charity working to address the tragedy and injustice to women who die every year in pregnancy and childbirth. 303,000 women die every year from complications in child-birth which occur mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. 99% of all these deaths are avoidable with the right medical care and resources.

Location

Cardiff
United Kingdom
GB

Life for African Mothers

Life for African Mothers is a unique charity working to address the tragedy and injustice to women who die every year in pregnancy and childbirth. 303,000 women die every year from complications in child-birth which occur mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. 99% of all these deaths are avoidable with the right medical care and resources.

Location

Cardiff
United Kingdom
GB

Life for African Mothers

Life for African Mothers is a unique charity working to address the tragedy and injustice to women who die every year in pregnancy and childbirth. 303,000 women die every year from complications in child-birth which occur mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. 99% of all these deaths are avoidable with the right medical care and resources.

Location

Cardiff
United Kingdom
GB

LVCT Health

'LVCT Health is a Kenyan non-governmental and not-for-profit organization registered in 2001 after a research project that pioneered the first three HIV voluntary counselling and testing centres in Kenya. We aim to drastically reduce new HIV infections: increase equitable access to quality health services through innovative, integrated, comprehensive and high impact services and programs that can be delivered at scale. Our work is anchored in a Research-Policy-Practice framework (Hatua model) through which we implement evidence informed programs.

Location

Nairobi
Kenya
KE

Emergency Care Trainers

'Emergency Care Trainers was founded and established to provide emergency health education and training to all healthcare providers and the general public. We provide a platform through which participants acquire the necessary skills required to save lives. Our emergency short courses aim at providing science-based treatment that are within the international guidelines. We have trained over 3,000 healthcare professionals in various emergency care short courses.

Location

Nairobi
Kenya
KE

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