International Quality Short Messaging System (IQSMS)

IQSMS uses healthcare workers’ mobile phones to send preformatted commodity reports to a central server via SMS.

Informed Push Model (IPM)

The IPM is a distribution model that adapts principles used in commercial distribution to the public health sector. The IPM addresses common supply chain obstacles of transportation, quantification, data availability, and financial flows

Airtel Insurance with MicroEnsure

Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Niger, Nigeria, Zambia
Airtel rewards loyal customers (who registered for the product by dialing a shortcode) with free insurance as long as they spent a minimum amount of airtime (usually $2). The more a customer spent with the telecom, the more health insurance could be earned

OPENSRP: Open Smart Register Platform

Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Pakistan
Open Smart Register Platform (OpenSRP) offers a government-owned and -operated enterprise-grade solution to improve primary health care service delivery,strengthen accountability, and generate real-time data for improved monitoring and evaluation.

SEDA Automated Health Data Exchange System

SEDA is an integrated health data and stock-out monitoring system that uses inexpensive and ubiquitous mobile phones for data collection,reporting, and supervision.


MP3-Youth is a pilot study to evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of a genderspecific combination HIV-prevention package in high-burden settings. MP3-Youth has a combination package in a mobile health delivery format using an integrated HIV combination/HIVprevention services approach.


South Africa
MomConnect seeks to register all pregnant women, ensure that they visit an antenatal clinic, and provide them with information about pregnancy, birth, and care of an infant.

Hecahn Health Services

Hecahn Health Services, through its Hecahn School Health Network, operates the Coordinated School Health Program to provide quick access to primary health care to school-age children and to advocate preventive health care through schools.


Schools Promoting Learning and Achievement through Sanitation and Hygiene (SPLASH) is a USAID funded project whose overall objective is to sustainably improve access to safe water, sanitation, information, and health practices to improve learning environments in basic schools.

Supply chain solution for Essential Care around the time of childbirth

Afghanistan, Gambia, Ghana, Haiti, Honduras, India, Kenya, Laos, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia
ayzh develops and distributes low-cost appropriate technology designed to meet the unique needs of women in low-resource settings. Operating an innovative B2B business model that sells to health institutions, ayzh gains significant and scalable access to women, newborns and healthcare workers.