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Haiti Spinal Cord Injury Working Group

Haiti Spinal Cord Injury Working Group is a voluntary, multi-disciplinary team of Haitian and international health care professionals, with a strong interest and focus on enhancing the care of men, women, boys and girls who have sustained a spinal cord injury in Haiti. The Haiti SCI Working Group was formed after the January 2010 earthquake, which highlighted the immediate health care needs of this vulnerable client group.


Port au Prince

Wema Children's Centre

Wema, meaning “goodness” in Swahili, is a community-based organization founded in 2008 in Bukembe Village, Bungoma, Western Kenya. Located in an area with among the highest poverty and HIV/AIDS rates in Kenya, native Kenyans Teresa Wati and Stephen Juma formed Wema Children’s Centre to give poor and orphaned children a home and high quality education.



UKMi - UK Medicines Information

'UK Medicines Information is an NHS pharmacy based service. Its aim is to support the safe, effective and efficient use of medicines by the provision of evidence-based information and advice on their therapeutic use. The service has two broad functions: to support medicines management within NHS organisations; and to support healthcare professionals optimise use of medicines for individual patients'


United Kingdom

Makerere University Centre of Excellence for Newborn Health Research

The Makerere University Centre of Excellence for Newborn Health Research (CMNHR) was established in 2013 to serve as a one stop centre for information, research and capacity building. The centre operates as a knowledge management arm for the national newborn steering committee to the meet the desire of increasing access and availability of reliable knowledge and information to stimulate action and service delivery.



Neonatal Nurses Association of Southern Africa (NNASA)

NNASA was formed in 2007 by a small group of passionate neonatal nurses who saw a need to improve the standard of neonatal care in the region by supporting and encouraging the nurses caring for these vulnerable babies. The association aims to encourage and reward excellence in neonatal care through a national neonatal excellence award; to improve skills and knowledge through regional workshops; to foster collaboration and support between nurses in state and private institutions through regional networks; to improve standards of care through the provision of evidence based best practice gui


South Africa

Abiye Maternal and Child Health International Foundation

Abiye Maternal and Child Health International Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization with the aim of providing up-to-date evidence-based life-saving knowledge and skill to frontline health workers in communities across Nigeria. Our mission is to help contribute to health system strengthening and quality improvement for maternal and new born care.




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