Rest of OFTW Portfolio

Development Media International (DMI) uses radio and TV campaigns on health issues to change behaviors and save lives.

END Fund’s Deworming Program combats schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH) by managing grants, providing technical assistance, and raising funding for deworming programs.

Evidence Action’s Dispensers for Safe Water program provides chlorine dispensers for the decontamination of drinking water to prevent diarrhea.

Food Fortification Initiative promotes flour and rice fortification programs in addition to assisting governments design and implement their own programs, working to reduce folic acid and iron deficiencies.

Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) uses salt iodization to protect against the most common cause of preventable brain damage at about 20 cents per person.

Iodine Global Network (IGN) works towards universal salt iodization to prevent brain damage for pennies per person so all children can reach their full cognitive potential.

Living Goods creates networks of micro-entrepreneurs and community health workers to deliver proven interventions and life-saving products, such as soap, fortified foods and medicines.

Project Healthy Children supports food fortification, one of the most effective, affordable, and sustainable means of preventing disabilities and deaths globally.

Schistosomiasis Control Initiative facilitates school-based distributions of deworming tablets, protecting children from debilitating diseases and improving school attendance for less than $0.75 per child.

Sightsavers’ Deworming Program is a subset of the charities overall goal to prevent and treat neglected tropical diseases: it focuses on reducing schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH) by advocating for, funding, and monitoring deworming programs.

Zusha! Road Safety Campaign distributes and popularizes stickers that encourage passengers to speak up and drivers to drive safely, reducing road accidents.