Country of Operation
Target income level
- Bottom 20%
- Lower-middle income (20-40%)
- Middle-income (40-60%)
- Maternal, newborn and child health
- Mental health
- Noncommunicable disease(s)
- Primary care
SummarymDoc is a digital health social enterprise which aims to dramatically reduce chronic disease burden in sub-Saharan Africa by providing people with chronic disease with integrated care support through mobile and web platforms.
mDoc aims to address Sustainable Development Goal 3.4 and work towards reducing premature mortality from non-communicable disease in sub-Saharan Africa. Specifically, mDoc aims to optimize the end-to-end care experience for people living with chronic disease in sub-Saharan Africa and support people to live longer, healthier and happier lives.
Key program components
mDoc harnesses virtual technology platforms to increase access by patients to chronic disease support services in the mobile technology-enabled country of Nigeria and provides integrated solutions of clinical support necessary for the patient living with chronic disease. mDoc also builds clinical and Ql capability by harnessing the tele-platform to provide chronic disease management education for local providers.
The obstacles to implementing health solutions and bringing them to scale are numerous.