Shows innovations that have been launched each year.
Shows as innovations are added to the states on the map over the years.
Need Maternal Health Information? Just HIT! A Health Information Tool (HIT) that uses mobile technology to increase access to healthcare for women and children 0-5 year
An interactive mobile application that matches care seekers with health information, referrals and service availability based on GPS location. The HIT can be adapted to address a variety of health challenges ranging from diarrheal management in children 0-5 years to increasing antenatal and Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS (PMTCT) service uptake for pregnant women.
National OVC Management Information System (NOMIS)
FHI360 developed the National OVC Management Information System (NOMIS) under the GHAIN project. NOMIS is a web enabled client level database for managing data from OVC programs. Generates custom reports and charts. Interoperable with DHIS. Adopted by the FMWASD as the national database for OVC.
An Enterprise National Medical Intelligence and Surveillance Meta-Platform that aims to make patients medical history accessible to the government and authorized medical practitioners through a combination of a series of applications that will be developed.
unique project that utilizes mobile phones to engage young people. My Question provides a mechanism for young people to ask questions surrounding sexual health and HIV and AIDS by text messages, through a telephone hotline, or through the service's Facebook page.
SMS for dynamic data collection, logistics coordination and communication care, particularly in rural areas by improving quality of coaching of volunteers in PPTCT and improve data collection by the use of an innovative mobile phone system.