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Growing from a handful of scientists in central North Carolina in 1959 to a staff of more than 3,700 in more than 75 countries today, RTI is now one of the world’s leading independent, nonprofit research and development organizations.
Our activities both mirror and support national priorities and policies as well as diverse commercial, industrial, and academic endeavors. For instance, as public and government interest in environmental protection grew in the 1960s, so did related programs at RTI, building on our expertise in statistical, physical, and life sciences.
As our mission affirms, we are dedicated to improving the human condition by turning knowledge into practice through cutting-edge study and analysis in health and pharmaceuticals, education and training, surveys and statistics, advanced technology, international development, economic and social policy, energy and the environment, and laboratory and chemistry services.
We are proud of our scientific stature and our reputation for innovation. By continuing to conduct impartial, reliable, multidisciplinary research and by helping to develop and broker new technologies for our clients, we seek to be the world's preferred resource for turning knowledge into practice.
Find out more about RTI at http://www.rti.org
The Nossal Institute for Global Health, established in 2006, encompasses all of the work and activities of Nossal Institute Limited (NIL), a wholly owned not-for-profit subsidiary company of the University set up in 1998.
Currently located on the 4th floor of the Alan Gilbert Building, on-site staff number around 60. In January 2013 the Nossal Institute, including NIL, became part of the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.
Our work is delivered by four discrete but mutually supportive units:
- Health Systems Strengthening (HPHF Knowledge Hub; Health Financing and Regulation; Maternal and Child Health; Non-Communicable Diseases)
- Inclusive Development Practice (Disability; Gender)
- Communicable Diseases (HIV/AIDS; Low-cost Technologies for Health in Developing Countries)
- International Education and Learning.
Website of The Nossal Institute for Global Health: ni.unimelb.edu.au
Levi strauss & Co. is driven by strong values, creativity and hard work. Using innovative, sustainable and progressive practives isn’t just how they make their jeans and other products – it’s a principle they value in all of their work.
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The Institute for Social Development Studies (ISDS) is a Vietnamese non-profit, non-governmental organization registered under the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Association (VUSTA).
The Institute was established on May 27th 2002 by the Decision 468/TC-LHH of VUSTA. It enjoys a national reputation based on the quality of its work and its commitment to apply academic knowledge to address national challenges – to inform as well as to influence. ISDS’ vision of Vietnam is to be a country in which poverty is eliminated, the voices of all people are heard, and rights-based social justice prevails.
Visit ISDS’s Website at www.isds.org.vn
ESTHER’s principles and programmes reflect the main thrust of French policy on the international fight against AIDS: field action, presence and support, concrete assistance from wealthy nations to resource-poorer ones for securing access to medicines, setting decentralized cooperation in motion through hospital and town-hospital networks, and support to non-governmental organizations.
Visit ESTHER’s Website at www.esther.fr
Created in 1992, ANRS aims at funding and coordinating research in all areas relevant to HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis. ANRS is based in the laboratories of INSERM , CNRS, Pasteur Institute, IRD, and universities and hospitals.
By 1994, ANRS started to fund research projects in many resource-limited countries, and has set up sites in Africa, Asia and South America.
On 6th January 2000, official agreement between Vietnam Ministry of Health and ANRS for collaboration and creation of an ANRS site in Vietnam.
Visit ANRS’s Website at http://www.anrs.fr/
Founded in 1972, the Agence de Médecine Préventive (AMP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting preventive medicine and public health worldwide.
AMP collaborates with diverse public- and private-sector partners to support countries in developing sustainable and effective immunization policies and strengthening their public health infrastructure.
Our work focuses mainly on the following activities:
- Conducting field-based research in vaccinology and epidemiology
- Providing technical and logistical support to strengthen immunization services
- Supporting the development of sustainable health policies and systems
- Developing human resources for health
AMP is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of those most in need across the globe. Along with our public- and private-sector partners, we aim to:
- Enhance scientific knowledge in support of evidence-based health policies
- Support the introduction and use of vaccines
- Strengthen immunization service delivery and logistics
- Develop human and institutional capacity through tailor-made training programs
- Promote innovation in field vaccinology
Our core values reflect what is most important to us as an organization. They shape our culture and define how we act on a daily basis.
Impact - Making a measurable difference in the field
Collaboration - Creating lasting relationships built on trust with national, regional, and international institutions and other stakeholders
Excellence - Striving to meet and deliver the highest standards of quality
Integrity - Respecting the needs and interests of our stakeholders and committing to the highest ethical and scientific research standards
Innovation - Supporting the development and implementation of pioneering technologies and methodologies that are contextually appropriate
AMP website: http://amp-vaccinology.org/
In 2011, the teams of experts from Family Health International andAcademy for Educational Development came together to create FHI 360.
Vision: FHI 360 envisions a world in which all individuals and communities have the opportunity to reach their highest potential.
To improve lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions for human development.
- A 360-degree perspective is required to address complex human development needs.
- Sustainability comes from building the capacity of individuals, communities and countries to address their needs.
- The key to improving lives is in generating, sharing and applying knowledge.
- Partnering with governments, civil society organizations, the private sector and communities leads to success.
- Innovation to meet the evolving needs of our beneficiaries, funders and partners.
- Mutual respect for diversity and cultural differences.
- Passion driven by a personal commitment to make a positive difference.
- Accountability for our work, measuring, reporting and continually improving all that we do.
- Commitment to excellence assured by the highest ethical, quality, operational performance and scientific standards.
- Teamwork across disciplines and geographies, within the organization and with our partners.
Visit FHI’s Website at http://www.fhi360.org/
The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) is a government ministry in Vietnam responsible for state administration on labor, employment, occupational safety, social insurances and vocational training; policies for war invalids, martyrs and people with special contribution to the country; social protection and prevention of social vices; child care and gender equality.
Visit MOLISA’s Website at http://www.molisa.gov.vn
CARE International in Vietnam (CARE) has worked in the country since 1989. As Vietnam becomes a middle-income country, CARE is concentrating their work on supporting and sustainable development among the most vulnerable groups in Vietnam, for example remote ethnic minorities, poor women and girls, and people vulnerable to climate change.
Visit CARE’s Website at www.care-international.org
APCASO is a civil society network of community-based and non-governmental organizations that provide HIV/AIDS related programmes and services within the Asia Pacific region.
APCASO promotes the role of CBOs and NGOs in the response to HIV/AIDS by strengthening and supporting the foundations of regional and national level networks, and supporting and promoting the role of people living with HIV and other populations and communities most affected by HIV including sex workers, injecting drug users, men who have sex with men, transgender people, migrant workers, mobile populations and women.
Visit APCASO’s Website at www.apcaso.org
The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) is the national federation for the HIV community response. We provide leadership, coordination and support to the Australia's policy, advocacy and health promotion response to HIV/AIDS.
Internationally we contribute to the development of effective policy and programmatic responses to HIV/AIDS at the global level, particularly in the Asia Pacific region.
AFAO's members are the AIDS councils in each state and territory, the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAPWA), the Australian Injecting & Illicit Drug Users League (AIVL), the Anwernekenhe National HIV Alliance (ANA), and Scarlet Alliance, the Australian Sex Workers Association.
Our funding is chiefly from the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing; other sources include AusAID, the AIDS Trust of Australia and private donations.
Our vision: Working together to defeat HIV and new HIV infections in Australia, Asia and the Pacific.
AFAO's website: http://www.afao.org.au
The Open Society Foundations (OSF) began in 1979 when George Soros decided he had enough money. His great success as a hedge fund manager allowed him to pursue his ambition of establishing open societies in place of authoritarian forms of government.
The Open Society Foundations are a family of offices and foundations created by philanthropist George Soros. This directory includes our offices and country and regional foundations located throughout the world.
The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people.
Find out more about OSF at www.opensocietyfoundations.org
The Alliance is building knowledge, mobilizing people, inspiring leadership and allowing all voices to play significant roles in the response to HIV. Their experiences shows that together we can achieve more impact.
The Alliance was founded in 1993 to support community groups in countries that were most affected by the global AIDS crisis. The Alliance offered a vision and a way of working that would put communities at the centre of the response in order to provide effective local solutions. They now work with communities in over 40 countries to take local, national and global action on HIV, health and human rights.
Visit the International HIV/AIDS Alliance at www.aidsalliance.org
Soa Aids Nederland (STI AIDS Netherlands) is a centre of expertise for HIV infection and other STIs.
As a knowledge centre, Soa Aids Netherlands is engaged in fighting sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and AIDS.
Find out more about RTI at www.soaaids.nl
The mission of Expertise France is in line with French co-operation, development aid, influence and economic diplomacy policies. The agency promotes French public expertise with a view to building public policies meeting the institutional, economic, demographic, social and environmental challenges of partner countries.
The Expertise France is the donor of SCDI in a project named "Saving the Future: Innovative strategies to control HIV among young people who use drugs in Vietnam". The Project is implemented from June 2016 until May 2019 in 8 provinces in Vietnam.
Official Website: http://www.expertisefranc<wbr/>e.fr
A modern, dynamic and diverse international voluntary group with over 400 members from nearly 70 different countries, HIWC welcomes newcomers to Hanoi and organises social and charitable activities.
HIWC is the sponsor of SCDI to Children Programme. HIWC does financial support for vulnerable children (in the families of drugs users, sex workers, HIV people) to help children to go to school.
Official Website: http://www.hanoi-iwc.com/