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Canal Saude (The Health Channel)
Permanent project under the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazilian Ministry of Health, organised through the Committee for Public Agency in the Struggle Against Hunger and in Defence of Life. It implements continuing long-distance education in Brazil and disseminates information and promotes communication in health-related scientific and technological development.

Department for International Development (DFID)

British government department responsible for promoting development and the reduction of poverty. It is committed to an internationally agreed target to halve the proportion of people living in extreme poverty by 2015, including associated targets ensuring basic health care provision and universal access to primary education.

Healthlink Worldwide
Works to improve the health and well being of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in developing countries, by working in partnership to strengthen the local provision, use and impact of health communication and to support advocacy initiatives to increase participation and inclusion.

Hesperian Foundation
Non-profit organisation committed to promoting the health and self determination of poor people around the world by making health information accessible. It produces books and other educational resources for community-based health care.

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
International postgraduate centre of excellence, devoted to research, education and training, and consultancy in tropical health.

International non-profit institute providing information on global issues with a developing country perspective.

Soul City
Dynamic and innovative multi-media health project. Through drama and entertainment Soul City reaches more than 12 million South Africans and many other people in the Southern African region. Soul City makes information popular and accessible. It examines many different health issues, and empowers learners to make healthy choices, both as individuals and as communities.

World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA)
Global network of more than 500 organisations in 81 countries that aims to protect, promote and support breastfeeding as a right of all children and mothers.