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NGOs im Gesundheitswesen

Ärzte für die Dritte Welt (German Doctors)
*Die NGO mit Sitz in Frankfurt kann bis dato über 3800 Einsätze von Ärzten in Langzeitprojekte auf den Philippinen, in Indien, Bangladesh, Kenia und Nicaragua verzeichnen. Rund 2100 Ärzte sind bisher in diese Länder gereist, um Patienten zu behandeln, Kinder zu impfen und Krankenstationen zu betreiben.
http://www.aerzte3welt.de

Ärzte für die Dritte Welt, Österreichische~
*Österreichische Ärzte, die freiwillig und ohne Bezahlung armen Menschen u.a. in Dakha, Bangladesh und Kolkotta, Indien Hilfe leisten. Ziel ist es, die durch Unrechtsstrukturen entstandene ausweglose Not zu mindern. Sie helfen mit ärztlichen Beistand, Wissensvermittlung und Finanzieren von Schulen...
http://www.aerzte3welt.at

ASA-Programm
*Das ASA Programm der Internationale Weiterbildung und Entwicklung gGmbH (InWEnt) bietet finanzielle Unterstützung für Leute zwischen 21 und 30 (Jungakademiker / abgeschlossene Berufsausbildung) für ihre Arbeit in entwicklungspolitischen Organisationen in Afrika, Asien, Lateinamerika oder Südosteuropa. Projekte 2007, Teilnahme, Berichte, Themen...
http://www.asa-programm.de

Aga Khan Development Network (AGDN)
*An international family of nonprofit development agencies that seek to promote social development. It's engagement is focused on Health Services, Microfinance, Fund for Economic Development, Planning and Building Services, Humanitarian Assistance, Education Services, Trust for Culture, University of Central Asia and Aga Khan University
http://www.akdn.org

African Medical Research and Education Foundation (AMREF)

*AMREF including the Flying Doctor Services is Africa's largest NGO. Activities are divided into five main areas that reflect the health priorities of the African communities that they work with: child and adolescent health and development, sexual reproductive health, clinical services and emergency response, health policy and systems reform, and environmental health.
http://www.amref.org

Benevolent Organisation for Development, Health, and Insight (BODHI)

*BODHI is an american / australian organization, which focuses on Health, Education, Environment and Engaged Action...
http://www.bodhi.net.au

CARE International

*A private international relief and development organization that reaches out to people whose lives are devastated by humanitarian emergencies or to people in poor communities who struggle to survive and improve their lives; involved in over 60 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America. CARE's work: comprehensive description of the project countries, cartography and project information, Crisis Response Team, World Hunger Campaign, Education, HIV/AIDS , Press releases, feature articles, special reports and virtual field trips...
http://www.care.org

Child-to-Child Trust
*Child-to-Child is an international network promoting children's participation in health and development. The Child-to-Child Trust is based at the University of London's Institute of Education. What we do, Where we work, Our resources...
http://www.child-to-child.org

Eco Himal (Öko Himal)
*Die Gesellschaft für ökologische Zusammenarbeit Alpen - Himalaya mit Sitz in Salzburg und Kathmandu arbeitet seit 1992 daran, die Lebensbedingungen der lokalen Bevölkerung in der HimalayarSegion nachhaltig zu verbessern. Nepalprojekte, Nepal Aktuell, Tibetprojekte, Veranstaltungen...
http://www.ecohimal.org

Health Care Nepal
*Health projects for poor people in Nepal established by Dr. Gerda Rath from Austria, a retired general practitioner and trained dentist. About The Country, Partners, Goals, Service, Past & Future Activities, Staff, Charitable Pharmacy, Scholarships...
http://www.healthcarenepal.org.np

Healthwrights, Workgroup for People's Health and Rights
*HealthWrights is a non-profit organization committed to advancing the health, basic rights, social equality, and self-determination of disadvantaged persons and groups. We believe that health for all people is only possible in a global society where the guiding principles are sharing, mutual assistance, and respect for cultural and individual differences. Projects: PROJIMO, Piaxtla, Child-to-child, Politics of Health Reading List, David Werner Papers, Spanish Page...
http//www.healthwrights.org
"Politics of Health" is a project of Healthwrights
http://www.politicsofhealth.org

HORIZONT3000, Österreichische Organisation für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit
*Leitbild, Positionspapiere, Jahresbericht, Partnerländer, Projekte, Projektmitarbeit, InteressentInnenseminar, Vorbereitung, Entwicklungshelfergesetz, Stellenausschreibungen...
http://www.horizont3000.at

HOPE Worldwide
*A faith-based charity founded by the International Churches of Christ, its programs serve disadvantaged children and the elderly, provide education, and deliver medical services to developing regions. Program Areas: Education, Health, Children, Seniors,Global Outreach...
http://www.hopeww.org

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement

*In 1859 the travelling Swiss businessman Henry Dunant witnessed the bloody Battle of Solferino and founded the Red Cross Movement in 1863 together with four other citizens from Geneve. It consits of 1) the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), 2) the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (the International Federation), and 3) several National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in 186 countries.
http://www.redcross.int

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Ärzte ohne Grenzen
*MSF works in collaboration with authorities to provide assistance such as rehabilitation of hospitals, vaccination programs, sanitation projects, and training of local personnel. Latest articles, Press releases, Multi-media like videos and podcasts, news from the MSF national sites...
http://www.msf.org

OXFAM International
*Composed of 11 autonomous nongovernmental organizations that work in different ways but share the common purpose of addressing the structural causes of poverty and related injustice. Programs & campaigns: Development, Emergencies, Campaigning; Politics & analysis, Latest news...
http://www.oxfam.org/en

Partners in Health
*PIH was founded 1987 in Boston by Paul Farmer, Thomas White, and Todd McCormack. They were joined by Ophelia Dahl and Jim Kim, medical students at Harvard. PIH tries to bring the best of western medicine to the poorest of the poor. It has establishing long-term partnerships with local sister organizations starting in Haiti treating tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. Meantime it's running projects in Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Russia, Rwanda, Lesotho and Malawi.
http://www.pih.org

Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH)
*Goals of improving women's health, improving children's health, and preventing communicable diseases are accomplished through the exchange of knowledge, skills, and technologies with governments and nongovernmental organizations in developing countries and with other groups in need. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, PATH has offices in 16 countries and projects in more than 65 countries. PATH in action, advancing technologies, strenghtening systems, encouraging healthy behaviours; expore by health topic or by region...
http://www.path.org

World Vision International (WVI)
*WVI is a christian organization that is involved in emergency relief, promotion of justice, strategic initiatives, and public awareness. Issues on Environment, Food, Hunger, Immunisation, Landmines, Population, Refugees, Water, Gender, Children's rights and Child sponsorship, Global economics, Peace and conflict, HIV/AIDS (Hope Initiative)...
http://www.wvi.org

Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO)
*A charity that recruits volunteers from around the world to share their skills and knowledge and build the capabilities in developing countries (mostly in Africa and Asia). Raising awareness, Resources and Stories, Position papers, Groups & Networks, Volunteer jobs: 1) Qualified and experienced professionals, 2) Short-term volunteer projects, 3) Youth volunteering...
http://www.vso.org.uk

Teaching-aids At Low Cost (TALC)
*Founded in 1965 by Professor David Morley, TALC is a unique charity whose main objective is to promote the health of children and advance medical knowledge and teaching in the UK and throughout the world by providing and developing free and low cost educational material.
http://www.talcuk.org

Save the Children
*Webseiten der INGO Rehydration Project mit Themen rund um Diarrhoe: dehydration, rehydration, solutions, nutrition, breastfeeding, ors, rotavirus, zinc, hygiene, water, resources, facts, professional...
http://www.savethechildren.org

*Annotationen von Peter Schatzl