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HiDoctor is changing the image of healthcare in Nigeria. Huge costs and poor service have made many disillusioned with the hospita system. HiDoctor brings health care to people through their mobile devices via, chat, audio/video calls. The consultation is paid for, but our other services are free.
The SHIP project uses two health interventions (deworming and vision screening) as entry points for a School Health and Nutrition programme that centres on the use of schools as a delivery platform. SHIP will serve as a demonstration that such interventions can be integrated within education plans.
The Muso Project in Mali aims to reduce maternal and child mortality rates through preventative and proactive healthcare. Employing community-health workers, establishing home-based care, and setting up rapid-access clinics are three ways in which the Muso Project seeks to accomplish its goals.
Kurji Holy Family Hospital was founded by the Medical Mission Sisters on the principle of providing humane, quality medical services to all people, with a focus on women and children. The hospital is run by religious, like-minded people who integrate healing ministry into medical practices.
doctHERs is a novel healthcare marketplace that connects female doctors to millions of under served patients in real-time while leveraging online technology. doctHERs circumvents sociocultural barriers that restrict women to their homes, access to quality healthcare and inclusion in the profession.
Medic Mobile is a free, scalable software toolkit that combines messaging, data collection, and analytics. It's designed specifically for health workers and health systems in hard-to-reach areas and supports any language. It works with or without internet connectivity, locally or in the cloud.
PSI/Zambia was established in 1992 to empower at-risk and underserved Zambians to lead healthier lives in line with the Government of Zambia’s health priorities. PSI/Zambia’s current portfolio contains programs in HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, malaria, safe water.