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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.
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.
OCSA Care is an occupational healthcare product that provides a comprehensive, basic, day to day medical plan to workers who do not earn enough to afford medical aid and enlists doctors, dentists, optometrists, radiologists and pathologists who provide services to members at low costs.
In response to the growing need to improve newborn health outcomes in developing countries Powerfree Education Technology develops teaching tools and technological devices that are affordable, durable and energy independent that can be used in resources deprived settings.
South Africa has 9 million consumers that are unemployed, uninsured and with limited healthcare.Hello Doctor's online subscription service and media platform seeks to fill this gap by providing access to healthcare information using first world clinical protocols facilitated by medical doctors.
Medical Diagnostech is Cape Town based company that manufactures low cost quality diagnostic kits with high sensitivity and specificity for malaria, pregnancy and drug abuse. These devices are easy to use, affordable and accessible ideal for low income settings faced with malaria and drug abuse.
Kheth'Impilo specialises in solution development and implementation for health and community systems and services strengthening in marginalised communities. The comprehensive Health care solutions include treatment, care and support for people infected and affected with HIV and TB.