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Impact Companies Tag: Public Health 5

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Evidence Action


United States of America

Evidence Action scales proven interventions that improve the lives of millions. They only implement cost effective programs whose efficacy is backed by substantial rigorous evidence. They identify innovative appropriate financing mechanisms and build best practice operational models. Evidence Action voraciously self evaluate learn and improve their models for scaling effective interventions with a commitment to transparency impact and value for money.

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Healthify


United States of America

Healthify is a leading software provider to health plans hospitals and provider networks working in low income communities. Our platform is used by care teams to make quick and accurate referrals for patients who need additional help from social services.

Human health & social work

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Public Health Institute


United States of America

The Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program (CCROPP) received a $7800 grant to support the development of a pilot project for an aggregation and distribution system that connects small family farms in the San Joaquin Valley with under resourced small urban and rural stores. The distribution network is a wholesale source of fresh produce for stores in communities where access to fresh produce is limited or non existent. The project focuses on developing a long term self sustaining model that can create a supply chain for locally grown affordable produce for small stores throughout the San Joaquin Valley.

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Rorus


United States of America

Rorus Inc. is dedicated to improving access to safe drinking water especially in emergency situations. With a superior and inexpensive product line they can accomplish their social justice efforts sustainably.

Water & Sewerage

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Secretariat of the Pacific Community


New Caledonia

The South Pacific Commission as SPC was formerly called was founded in Australia in 1947 under the Canberra Agreement by the six participating governments that then administered territories in the Pacific Australia France New Zealand the Netherlands the United Kingdom and the United States of America. They established the organisation to restore stability to a region that had experienced the turbulence of the Second World War to assist in administering their dependent territories and to benefit the people of the Pacific.

Energy

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