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Rural Women Centre for Education and Development (RuWCED)

The Rural Women Center for Education and Development (RuWCED)-Cameroon is a not-for-profit grass root organization that works to promote the health, education, livelihoods, human rights and development of rural women, youths and children. We work in collaboration with community based women groups, traditional councils, schools and health centers. We also explore and extend the relationship between resources, women's health and women's human rights in a bit to promote a humanistic vision of bodily integrity and well-being.

Location

North West Region
Cameroon
CM

Rosetta Foundation, Ireland

Access to information is a fundamental and universal human right. It can make the difference between prosperity and poverty, freedom and captivity, life and death. Today, access to information is severely restricted for millions of people who live in developing regions of the world, speak so-called minority languages, or do not have the economic means to pay for information they require.

Location

Dublin
Ireland
IE

Riders for Health

Riders for Health is an international social enterprise. We manage and maintain vehicles for health-focused partners in sub-Saharan Africa. Our expertise in transport management enables health workers to deliver vital health care to rural communities on a reliable and cost-effective basis.

Location

Northampton
United Kingdom
GB

QMed Knowledge Foundation

Quality Medical (QMed) Knowledge Foundation is a registered Trust set up in 2007. Our aim is to help medical students, academicians, practitioners and consumers integrate best practices in searching medical literature, and critically appraising the same, resulting in delivery and availability of optimal health care services.

Location

Mumbai
India
IN

Pilgrim Projects

Combining over 40 years of experience in education, quality assurance and software development with a passion for making learning ‘delightful’ and a genuine interest in how people learn, Pilgrim Projects specialise in developing work-based learning programmes in open, distance and e-learning formats, with a particular focus on healthcare and education.

Location

London
United Kingdom
GB

Perinatal Education Trust (PEP)

The Perinatal Education Programme (PEP) is produced and distributed by the Perinatal Education Trust, a non-profit organisation which aims to improve the care of pregnant women and their newborn infants, especially in poor, rural communities. PEP presents a unique form of self-help training for health professionals which places the responsibility for continuing education on the participants themselves. It is cheap, appropriate, practical and does not require a teacher.

Location

Cape Town
South Africa
ZA

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