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    Martin Aufmuth's One Dollar Glasses

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    Add up the cost of steel wire, polycarbonate lenses, heat shrink tubin

    Oskar is leveraging the Norwegian healthcare system to attend to currently underprioritized patients with mild and moderate symptoms of the most common mental health disorders. By also developing a web-based platform for experts to create and share treatments, Oskar is building a library of interventions, spreading knowledge about mental health and opening up for new types of collaborations within the healthcare system.

    Asher Hasan offers New Life to Pakistan's Uninsured

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    Asher Hasan saw firsthand the devastating consequences of being

    Dorica is revolutionising the field of care for rare disease patients, transitioning from a rigid system to a collaborative approach. She uses a flat leadership model and creates new roles to navigate it. She is building a world in which all rare diseases patients have equal and free access to diagnostic and are provided a tailored set of integrated services and therapies to increase their quality of life.

    Hospitals really are in a critical situation in France, with ever increasing budget cuts, impacting health professionals and thus patients. Nolwenn pioneers a new structure in which health professionals can improve their work conditions and quality of patient care while being cost-efficient.

    Ashoka Scandinavia welcomes Oskar Blakstad as a new Fellow

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    Oskar Blakstad from Norway, founder of Explorable AS/Assiste

    Floating Hospitals for Char Dwellers

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    Runa Khan was awarded the Ashoka Fellowship in 1994 for her work in developing innovat

    L'hôpital devient un jeu d'enfant - L'Express

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    "Le héros, c'est toi" : c'est le titre de l'application imaginée par

    Vera Gaensly Cordeiro is a pediatrician who could not stand to see terribly or terminally ill children obtain treatment in her hospital only to be released to such poverty that they could not recover or have hope of comfort.

    Alberto Alfaro is increasing medical accessibility in Costa Rica through connecting patients with private-sector, expedited and specialized medical treatment, and complementing treatment with preventative education. Through building partnerships and connections with private hospitals, patients, and financial institutions, he is able to provide opportunities for those waiting far too long for care under the overburdened public health system.