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"We're not just fighting an epidemic; we're fighting an infodemic. Fake news spreads faster and more easily than this virus, and is just as dangerous." Dr Tedros, Director-General WHO.


CARENIDHI are devoted to the promotion of education and applied research in the field of neurodevelopmental disabilities in children, ensuring that people who live and work with disabled persons have the know-how. CARENIDHI attempts to bridge the gap between research and practice, knowledge and application.


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ZTwist Design

The ZTwist team believes that art and design can be the answer to the world’s most pressing problems. Combining years of global health nonprofit experience with design and writing skills, we bring an interdisciplinary and inclusive approach to tackling challenges faced by communities at home and abroad. As collaboration specialists, we improve information equity worldwide by working with international artists and local languages.


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Medical Mission Institute

The Medical Mission Institute Würzburg is an organisation of Christian health experts engaged in holistic and sustainable health work in the One World. The improvement of health conditions particularly of disadvantaged persons and population groups is our priority. Charity and professional competence form the basis of our health work. We cooperate with partners of Church development cooperation, Church-based health services in countries of the South, and other civil society organisations.



Christian Health Service Corps

Christian Health Service Corps is a ministry of Christian doctors, health professionals and health educators serving the poor in places that have little or no access to healthcare. Each year, we bring compassionate, life-saving health services to hundreds of thousands of families around the world. Our doctors and health professionals are often the only access to care for young families in poor communities.


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'Bridge2Aid fights the causes of poverty in some of the poorest communities in the developing world. We do this by strengthening local healthcare systems – specifically by training local healthcare workers in the provision of emergency dental treatment. Oral disease, infection and chronic pain, desperately need to be addressed in these communities to enable people to work, attend school and care for their families. Initially, we have developed our programme in rural Tanzania, and our long term plan is to roll this training out to any country where there is a need.


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