The Ad-din Hospital established a low-cost ambulance service in 2008 after recognizing that many women in Dhaka were failing to access emergency obstetric care. Using mobile phones and a global positioning system (GPS) tracking, Ad-din manages a fleet of 66 ambulances stationed throughout the city.
Grameen Koota's mission is to transform and uplift the lives of poor and low-income families with micro-finance and other development services and to be a sustainable, friendly and trusted provider of affordable and need-based services.
Calcutta Kids is committed to empowering the poorest children and expecting mothers in the underserved slums in and around Kolkata, India by increasing their access to health and nutrition services, and encouraging positive health-changing behaviors.
The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) is a global campaign that uses Magpi (formerly known as EpiSurveyor), open-source data collection software that requires low-technical expertise to use and is designed for low-specification mobile phones.