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Direct Grants

Ndela Youth Development Center

Year(s) :  2007, 2008
Grant Recipient Type :  NGO / Nonprofit
Grantor :  World Lung Foundation (WLF)
Project goal :  To improve access to maternal and neonatal health care in the rural regions of Tanzania, where infant and maternal mortality rates rank among the world's highest. Nearly half of all child deaths in Tanzania occur during the first week of life, and most of these newborns never have contact with health care services.
Direct Grant :  Yes
Year(s) :  2007, 2008
Grant Recipient Type :  NGO / Nonprofit
Grantor :  World Lung Foundation (WLF)
Project goal :  To improve access to maternal and neonatal health care in the rural regions of Tanzania, where infant and maternal mortality rates rank among the world's highest. Nearly half of all child deaths in Tanzania occur during the first week of life, and most of these newborns never have contact with health care services.
Direct Grant :  Yes


Kenya Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (KAPTLD)

Year(s) :  2008, 2009
Grant Recipient Type :  NGO / Nonprofit
Grantor :  World Lung Foundation
Project goal :  To help provide diagnosis and care for childhood asthma in Kenya, where about one in ten children between the ages 10 and 14 is asthmatic. Sixty percent of these children suffer from persistent forms of the disease, many have trouble breathing almost daily and are unable to perform many basic physical activities. As in many developing countries, Kenya's asthma patients lack quality care, primarily due to inadequate diagnoses and inability to obtain preventive drug therapy.
Direct Grant :  Yes
Year(s) :  2008, 2009
Grant Recipient Type :  NGO / Nonprofit
Grantor :  World Lung Foundation
Project goal :  To help provide diagnosis and care for childhood asthma in Kenya, where about one in ten children between the ages 10 and 14 is asthmatic. Sixty percent of these children suffer from persistent forms of the disease, many have trouble breathing almost daily and are unable to perform many basic physical activities. As in many developing countries, Kenya's asthma patients lack quality care, primarily due to inadequate diagnoses and inability to obtain preventive drug therapy.
Direct Grant :  Yes


Ifakara Health Research and Development Center

Year(s) :  2008, 2009, 2010
Grant Recipient Type :  NGO / Nonprofit
Grantor :  World Lung Foundation
Project goal :  To improve access to maternal and neonatal health care in the rural regions of Tanzania, where infant and maternal mortality rates rank among the world's highest. Nearly half of all child deaths in Tanzania occur during the first week of life, and most of these newborns never have contact with health care services.
Direct Grant :  Yes
Year(s) :  2008, 2009, 2010
Grant Recipient Type :  NGO / Nonprofit
Grantor :  World Lung Foundation
Project goal :  To improve access to maternal and neonatal health care in the rural regions of Tanzania, where infant and maternal mortality rates rank among the world's highest. Nearly half of all child deaths in Tanzania occur during the first week of life, and most of these newborns never have contact with health care services.
Direct Grant :  Yes



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