04/15/2015 Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Ambassador of the United States to Uzbekistan Pamela Spratlen, RPX Executive Director Matt Krzyston, Deputy Minister of Health and Social Protection Dr. Furkat Kalipov, and Chairperson of the Board of the International Non-governmental Charitable Foundation (INCF) “Sog’lom Avlod Uchun” Svetlana Imanova, announced a new U.S. Government program...

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04/01/2015 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

RPX Kyrgyzstan representative Dr. Talaigul Sabyrbekova, presented content of the first Gift in Kind shipment to program beneficiaries and discussed needs of Primary Health Care and TB facilities. RPX is a part of the program Defeat Tuberculosis and consortium led by Abt Associates, Inc ...

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The Resource & Policy Exchange, Inc. (RPX) is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit international development organization, founded in 2003, with US headquarters located in New York State. RPX’s mission is to equalize health care standards, improve access to information and local participation in government around the world. This mission is addressed by providing support and strengthening activities of nonprofit organizations in developing regions. RPX has partnered with over 100 international and local non-government organizations to implement projects in South America, Africa, Europe and Eurasia.


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