The Now Exchange is bringing health access and choice to women in the Bangladeshi garment industry.
Sauti ya Mama is a high impact social enterprise that aims to prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMCTC) of HIV by ensuring ART adherence by HIV-positive expectant mothers.
The team will collaborate with local health centers to provide VMMC services and improve access to the procedure in hard to reach areas of Rwanda.
The Oninku Health Foundation is a new venture that seeks to address the occurrence of postpartum hemorrhage in rural communities of Ghana through training of traditional birth attendants.
Rahwa is a community-based organization that strengthens maternal and child healthcare in rural Eritrea.
Con-Com will utilize the network of home based care workers (HBCs) who currently work on HIV treatment to help ensure that more women living in rural areas of Tanzania are screened for cervical cancer.
The Safe Passage team will train 100 Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) during the initial pilot phase in Nigeria, on the practical use of Misoprostol during child delivery.
In collaboration with the Federal and State Ministries of Health in Nigeria, Power in Her Hand Initiative will train community health extension workers to create demand for Sayana Press as well as counsel patients on using the injectable contraceptive.
Community Health Movement Uganda will take a two-pronged approach. First, they will raise awareness about VMMC in rural communities with local populations and among front line health workers who can refer patients to health facilities. Next, they will train both front line health workers and health workers in health facilities to support VMMC uptake.
The True Care Support Group will tackle the problem of non-completion of ART by providing a support network that offers peer counseling, training, encouragement, and emotional support to women living with HIV, with a focus on pregnant women living with HIV.
Bronze Health Care Initiative will scale up last mile distribution of Sayana press in rural
Uganda giving women more power to choose when to have and when not to have children.
The pilot will strengthen the links between newly identified HIV patients, patient referrals and defaulter tracing of patients already receiving ART at Our Lady’s Hospice and Kafue Mission Hospital in Zambia.
Sehak has created creating a free, call-based service that provides an accessible
diagnosis for the 4 easily correctable health conditions targeted, connects users to vetted health facilities that can treat the diagnosed condition, and regularly engages with the users.
Every Child Matters aims to address the widespread prevalence of clubfoot, a debilitating physical deformity that leaves 1.19/1000 newborns in Uganda with inverted feet, and which, if left untreated, causes significant disability.
The African 1000 Days Actions (ADA) is a start-up non-government organization that brings affordable quality maternal healthcare to poor women. Through its South Sudanese Project,
Approximately 1 in 44 women in Uganda will die from pregnancy related complications throughout their lifetimes. SMS Maama is an automated text messaging service for pregnant
Trinity Health is a non-profit organization that aims to reduce maternal mortality in Nigeria by training traditional birth attendants on how to adequately respond to
Tessellate was founded by Lauren Byrne and Camillo Lamanna. Operating in rural Zambia, Tessellate will use SMS messages to increase efficiency
Peach Technologies is on a mission to accelerate the use software to predict, detect and treat diseases. Our first product is an electronic health records system designed to provide
BYU students Dane, Bronwen, Ryan, and Spencer are working with Uganda's Minister of Health to improve praziquantel distribution, a deworming medicine. They will train