Rural

Shonaquip

Shonaquip is committed to improving the quality of life of individuals living with moderate to severe disabilities in South Africa. It designs, manufactures, and supplies posture support wheelchairs, mobility equipment, and positioning devices while striving to ensure that policy and good practice support the rights of people with disabilities.

HAND TO HAND RENAL CARE

Kenya
Hand to Hand Renal care aims to integrate physical and virtual (internet and mobile telephony) interventions to increase access to and quality of renal care in resource poor settings

Safer Deliveries

The Safer Deliveries Program in Zanzibar, Tanzania is a project by D-Tree International in collaboration with the Tanzanian Ministry of Health, Jhpiego and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The program provides birth attendants or midwives with mobile phones loaded with an application that aid

South Sudan Physician's Organization

South Sudan
The South Sudan Physician's Organization trains and supports community health workers to reach under-served populations in South Sudan with basic health care and referrals. The organization places a particular emphasis on providing care to camps for internally displaced persons.

Blood 24/7

India
Blood 24/7 helps users send a request for the required blood group at any time blood is required. On sending a request all users registered with Blood 24/7 receive a notification of the requirement of blood. Any user interested in donating, will send a reply via this mobile app. Thus there is an ins

Our Family Clinic

Our Family Clinic provides affordable and quality healthcare to rural and semi-urban areas in Kerala, India. The organization implements an innovative family and patient-centered healthcare model delivered through a chain of Family Clinics. These clinics aim to bridge the gap within India’s fragment

Fistula Surgery Wing

Tanzania
Impact Norway built a “fistula-surgery” wing at a local hospital to combat address permanent fistula damage in mothers and young girls.

Joining Hands Initiative

Joining Hands Initiative is a DFATD-funded project that aims to improve MNCH services within the communities in Tanzania. The initiative will aid in establishing systems to refer patients for required services, improve community awareness and health practices as well as increase demand for MNCH and

Patient Satisfaction Survey Mobile Program-Uganda

Uganda
Connect4Change (C4C) is a consortium of Dutch development organizations (Cordaid, Edukans, ICCO, IICD and Akvo), that are working to apply technology to accelerate development. Its vision is of a world where people – particularly women and young people – are able to access relevant information that allows them to shape their own future. Information technology is the main enabler in this process.

MIRA Channel (Women Mobile Lifeline Channel)

India
MIRA Channel (also called as Women Mobile Lifeline Channel) is an integrated mobile phone channel used in low-resource settings that provides health information to rural women and connects them with public health services. The channel was launched by ZMQ Development, a Technology for Development based social enterprise, in order to address barriers to accessing maternal and newborn health services for many women in India.

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