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Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG)

The Advanced Life Support Group began life in 1990 and became a registered medical education charity in 1993. The organisation exists to "preserve life by providing training and education to the general public and in particular but not exclusively to doctors, nurses and other members of the medical profession, in life saving techniques".

Website: alsg.org

Beryl Thyer Memorial Africa Trust

The Beryl Thyer Memorial Africa Trust addresses the plight of children with Burkitt's lymphoma, a most aggressive childhood malignancy, which is as distressing as neonatal mortality statistics in Africa. The hope is that visitors to the site will wish to become involved in the life-saving work of the Trust; both for newborn babies, and for children suffering from Burkitt's lymphoma. Your involvement, however big or small, will make a real difference to the lives of so many sick and underprivileged children and their parents.

Website: berylthyertrust.co


BookPower is a UK-based charity which works with publishers to provide low-cost higher education textbooks for English-speaking countries in sub-Saharan Africa, the Indian subcontinent and the Caribbean. We cover a number of 'developmental' subjects, with a particular emphasis on medicine, nursing and health, where we provide affordable resources essential to the training of future healthcare workers.

Website: www.BookPower.org

Child and Adolescent Health team, WHO Geneva

Child and Adolescent Health (CAH) envisions a world in which children and adolescents enjoy the highest attainable standard of health and development, a world that meets their needs, as well as respects their rights, enabling them to live to their full potential.

Website: www.who.int/child-adolescent-health/

Emergency and essential surgical care, WHO Geneva

Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (GIEESC)

The Clinical Procedures Unit is responsible for ensuring efficacy, safety and equity in the provision of clinical procedures in surgery, anaesthesia, obstetrics and orthopaedics, particularly at rural hospitals, district hospitals, primary health care facilities, health centres level.

Website: www.who.int/surgery/en/

Healthcare Information For All by 2015

HIFA2015 and CHILD2015 are two global email discussion groups with a focus on the information and learning needs of primary and district-level healthcare providers in developing countries. They are open to anyone with an interest and membership is free.

The HIFA2015 Goal: "By 2015, every person worldwide will have access to an informed healthcare provider."

Join HIFA2015 and be part of a worldwide community dedicated to meet the information and learning needs of healthcare providers.

Website: www.hifa2015.org

Help Diabetes in Africa

This is the information web site for the 'Making a Positive Difference' scheme, developed by Advanced Care Products in conjunction with Bayer Diabetes Care Division to provide free blood glucose testing strips to clinics in Africa.

Website: www.helpdiabetesinafrica.org.uk

This is the information web site for the 'Making a Positive Difference' scheme, developed by Advanced Care Products in conjunction with Bayer Diabetes Care Division to provide free blood glucose testing strips to clinics in Africa.

International Health Partners

International Health Partners (IHP) is a UK charity that provides first quality, in-date medicines, vaccines and medical supplies, donated by the health-care industry, to UK doctors and NGOs working in the developing world. Supplies are provided where they are needed and requested in areas facing humanitarian crises as a result of poverty, conflict or disaster.  IHP works through four programmes: Travel Packs, Disaster Relief, Country Programmes and Partnership Projects.  IHP does not distribute medicines but aims to support accredited NGOs and individuals who follow WHO guidelines and work through established secure distribution networks.

Website: www.ihpuk.org

Landmine Action

Landmine Action works to save lives and livelihoods through the elimination of landmines and other explosive remnants of war. The organisation's objectives are to provide information and advice about landmines and unexploded ordnance to communities, United Nations agencies and charity or voluntary groups; to educate the public concerning the humanitarian, developmental, medical and human rights impact of landmines and unexploded ordnance and undertaking research on their effects; and to provide assistance to communities, charities and voluntary groups in the relief of poverty caused by landmines and unexploded ordnance.

To achieve these objectives, Landmine Action provides training, technical advice, and resources to help build the capacity of partners in mine-affected countries. In the UK, Landmine Action co-ordinates a network of UK-based NGOs involved in advocacy and awareness-raising work on landmines and other explosive remnants of war, including specialist NGOs and leading development and human rights agencies. In this role Landmine Action is the UK arm of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, and continues to advocate for the universalisation of the Ottawa landmine Treaty as well as to monitor the implementation of the Treaty's obligations.

Website: landmineaction.org


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Website: www.leotel-software.co.uk

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