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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.
On SUSTAIN Project CFHI was expected to increase the uptake of HIV Testing and Counselling services, provide HIV Testing and Counselling services to at least 150,000 persons in the FCT and link all HIV Positive identified clients to care and treatment in CCFN supported Healthcare Facilities.
Wild4Life started as an HIV/AIDS program in Zimbabwe, but has expanded to building rural health systems throughout sub-Saharan African countries. Piloting rural health clinics, monitoring health needs of rural populations and developing local partnerships has dramatically improved health outcomes.
Gradian Health Systems is a nonprofit social enterprise that equips hospitals around the world to deliver anaesthesia safely and provide quality surgical care. Our Universal Anaesthesia Machine was designed to operate in settings with unreliable electricity and a lack of compressed medical gases.
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.
Airtel rewards loyal customers (who registered for the product by dialing a shortcode) with free insurance as long as they spent a minimum amount of airtime (usually $2). The more a customer spent with the telecom, the more health insurance could be earned
ayzh develops and distributes low-cost appropriate technology designed to meet the unique needs of women in low-resource settings. Operating an innovative B2B business model that sells to health institutions, ayzh gains significant and scalable access to women, newborns and healthcare workers.