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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.
SafeBoda was launched in 2014 with the aim to reduce BodaBoda (motorcycle) accidents in Kampala, Uganda. SafeBoda trains and teaches drivers to safely navigate streets, requires the use of helmets for passengers and drivers, and use mobile technology to connect drivers with customers.
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.
Health City Cayman Islands just opened in 2014 under Narayana Health and Ascension Health to serve as an affordable hospital for residents of Caribbean countries, Latin American countries, and for US citizens as well. Health City Cayman Islands provides tertiary care to its patients.
Nexleaf is a non-profit technology company that provides organizations, governments, and manufacturers sensors that are designed to provide real-time monitoring and data collection. Sensors are paired with cell-phone-based technologies to access important information from remote locations.
Global Emergency Care Collaborative is a registered non-profit organization that provides comprehensive training programs in emergency care to local community members in limited-resource, rural areas. GECC currently works in rural Uganda, Kenya, and Cambodia.
The initiative trains assistant medical officers and midwives in remote areas to perform life-saving procedures including caesarean sections and upgrades isolated health centers.