Santé maternelle et de la reproduction

Tulalens

le secteur de la société civile

Tulalens is a Yelp for health in under-served communities. We currently crowdsource information on the quality of health clinics for pregnant women living in urban slums in India. Women use this data to seek quality care in the future.

SaferMom

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SaferMom leverages on the power of cost effective technologies to provide accessible,scalable and affordable mobile health services to pregnant and nursing mothers. Our last mile mobile and web cross platforms are easily accessible irrespective of language, location and type of phone.

Joseph Paul's New Entry

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Healthcare as scarce as it is in Tanzania represented by high maternal mortality, under-5 mortality and infant mortality rates. Our program attempts to intervene and change that, our program attempts to make healthcare available everywhere, any time by using the mobile telecommunication industry.

Ubique

le secteur de la société civile

We want to revolutionise how healthcare is administered in remote areas by using a text booking service and virtual consultations on a tablet at a local community centre to provide a first point of call to report and discuss symptoms with a doctor leading to earlier detection and better outcomes.

Sweet Mother Project

le secteur de la société civile

The Sweet Mother Project seeks to combat Maternal Morbidity and Mortality by addressing one of the root causes; Delay in Decision to Seek Care, usually due to ignorance, by utilizing information technology to provide clear and concise information to the pregnant woman through pregnancy and beyond.

Goonj

le secteur de la société civile

Opening up most taboo & ignored subject of menstrual hygiene;a female health hazard by involving masses in generating an affordable cloth napkin.Using it as tool to make rural women more aware about menstrual health & hygiene.

ReMeDi® - pay as you go

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Neurosynaptic’s ReMeDi® platform has demonstrated a solution to healthcare access problem in rural areas at a scale of 2000 e-health centers. Plan is to now rapidly scale across India in a pay-per-use model, with cloud based solution, additional diagnostics and Business Partners.

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