• Saving Lives

    Saving Lives at Birth Announces Call for Solutions for Infant & Maternal Deaths

    Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development Announces A Call for Innovative Solutions to Prevent Infant & Maternal Deaths A Grand Challenge for Development by Saving Lives at Birth has launched its eighth call for groundbreaking, sustainable innovations to save the lives of mothers and newborns in...
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    Danish Safe Delivery App launched to combat infant mortality in Ghana

    Danish Safe Delivery App launched to combat about 30,000 infant mortality rate in Ghana due to complications related to birth and pregnancy. Every year 30,000 infants lose their lives due to complications related to birth or pregnancies – and this is in Ghana alone. A new application for smartphones...
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    On Medical Education in Sub-Saharan Africa Embracing mHealth

    Medical education in Africa has significantly evolved over the years. Why should sub-Saharan African embrace mHealth? From the time when there were only 5 medical schools in the region, to the expansion era after African countries achieved independence and now when the medical education structure is making efforts in providing mhealth programmes for...
  • Matibabu Malaria App

    Is Uganda’s e-Health App – Matibabu The Next Big Thing?

    mHealth Mobile App, Matibabu aims to tackle the diagnosing of malaria with their smartphone-based technology in Uganda. Matibabu is the first smartphone-based system for diagnosing malaria developed by Code8 from Uganda. The Matibabu application provides information that enables the user to know how to prevent malaria infection. The application...
  • Livia App

    Livia App Wants To Be The Uber for Ordering and Delivering Drugs

    Livia App – The medicine ordering and delivery platform aim to be the ‘Uber’ for Chemists. Livia app is an Uber-like mobile app which allows users order medicine and personal care items from a wide selection of chemists online. The service which officially launched today will allow users order medicine...
  • Three Reasons Why Bill Gates Is Excited About Ghana’s Future.

    Founder of Microsoft and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Bill Gates visited Ghana on March 25 to learn about Ghana’s health-care system. He arrived in the country on a very low key without any media frenzy and press coverage. Prior to his arrival, he wrote a blog-post about...