Uganda Reproductive Health Bureau (URHB)


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PO Box 24497

URHB's objectives are to ensure that young people get access to services and information that will improve their health; to provide access to family planning services/skills through direct service delivery, to provide education and information for rural women; to provide essential services in adolescent reproductive and sexual health and counselling; and to provide IEC materials and publications. It runs 2 adolescent health clinics of 10 beds

Medisch Coördinatie Secretariaat


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Postbus 8506 3503
RM Utrecht

Consultancies: Monitoring and evaluation of health projects, programmes, HIV/AIDS programmes and related issues in developing countries. Promotion of accessible, affordable and appropriate health sources for the poor and marginalised people, for the handicapped and those living with HIV/AIDS. Advisory services for a number of Dutch donor agencies

The Humsafar Trust


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PO Box 6913
Mumbai 400 054

The Humsafar Trust rates itself as India's premier NGO working in the Men who have Sex with Men sector. It has successfully managed sites in Mumbai metro and finished the baseline study of MSM risk behaviours. It is now implementing the targetted intervention in the MSM sector and giving care and health services through its STI clinic in the Humsafar Centre

Mongolian Family Welfare Association (MFWA)


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Chingeltei Duureg
5-R Khoroo 6-R Khoroolol
Build 7 Room 41

MFWA's mission is to enhance the health status of the Mongolian people by providing quality sexual and reproductive health services through close collaboration with governmental and non-governmental organisations. Its programmes include providing family planning and reproductive health services in selected rural and urban areas; improving family life education; publishing training materials and literature on family planning issues and developing and disseminating information, education and communication (IEC) materials. The Association is presently pioneering family life education among adolescents, and working with more than 16,000 volunteers in 11 provinces throughout the country. MFWA is an associate member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and a member of the Human Development and Reproductive Health/Rights Network.

Hope Clinic Lukuli


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PO Box 4290

Hope Clinic Lukuli is a philanthropic facility which has the purpose of maximising access to accurate, high quality health services. It brings national initiatives to the community at the lowest sustainable price, or free, to reduce financial barriers to health information and care. It is independent of research or faith-based organisations. It employs and develops Ugandan medical staff and treats over 500 patients a month. Management receive no fee or income from the clinic, thereby reducing overhead costs.

AIDS Care Education & Training (ACET)


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PO Box 46242
London W5 2WG

In communities around the world ACET provides unconditional care for those with AIDS, practical education and training about AIDS and its prevention. Worldwide ACET supports and co-operates with others who are responding to AIDS in their community. It works with national and international agencies to promote policies to reduce the spread of HIV. ACET produces information resources available online and distributes free books to low-income countries

Muhammadi Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital (MHMCH)


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24 Darakhshan Housing Society
Kala Board
Karachi, Sindh 37

The aim of this organisation is to work in a greater inter regional connectivity for promoting and reinforcing mutual cooperation through exchange of information and doing multidisciplinary research for the advancement of science, education, ethics and human development.

Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya Rehabilitation Clinic


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PO Box 93959

Aims to rehabilitate children with physical disabilities up to the point where they can walk on their own or with the support of walking appliances; to improve their health by providing necessary medication; and to assess their needs for a school placement. It is hoped that these children will then be able to lead a near normal life with the same opportunities as their able-bodied counterparts

Brent Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre


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122 High Street
London NW10 4SP

Provides screening and genetic counselling to all groups of people. Raises awareness about sickle cell/thalassaemia and other haemoglobin disorders. Educates health and non-health personnel, school children and university students etc. Produces information leaflets and other subject related materials



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Grayston Centre
28 Charles Square
London N1 6HT

STOPAIDS is the network of UK agencies working since 1986 to secure an effective global response to HIV and AIDS.

Formerly known as two separate organisations - UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development and the Stop AIDS Campaign - they were re-branded and re-launched in September 2013 as one merged organisation.  

Together with people with HIV, STOPAIDS fights for a global response that respects, protects and fulfils human rights improving HIV treatment, prevention, care and support of those suffering.

TILLA - Association of Women Living with HIV and AIDS (TILLA AWLHA)


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PO Box 1041
SNNPR, Sidama ZOne
Awassa Town

Tilla Association of Women Living with HIV is a local NGO working towards fighting the spread of HIV and AIDS in Ethiopia. TILLA believes that community awareness programmes are key to successful memory work. This includes involving men and fathers, guardians, child-headed households and extended families in the memory work activities. Cooperating with other interested NGOs and government organisations has also strengthened TILLA’s approach to memory work

WHO Collaborating Centre for Strengthening Rehabilitation Capacity in Health Systems


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Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney
PO Box 170
Lidcombe NSW 1825

The WHO Collaborating Centre for Strengthening Rehabilitation Capacity in Health Systems provides support to the WHO by generating and disseminating evidence on strengthening rehabilitation in health systems; supports the WHO in building workforce capacity in rehabilitation training in educational institutions; and supports the WHO in providing technical support and training in ICF for rehabilitation, disability and health personnel.