The initiative Zero Mothers Die looks to connect pregnant women in sub-Saharan Africa to mobile technology to provide them with crucial information and resources on maternal health.
There are tonnes of good ideas that can change the world. Regular readers of RESET will already know of a few. Every month, we will choose one idea that stands out thanks to its impact and innovative approach. Our favourite project in June: Jaroka Tele-HealthCare.
Getting access to healthcare in Bangladesh can be difficult. There is one doctor for every 5,000 people in the country and in rural areas, doctors are scarce. An app is helping to connect patients and doctors in Bangladesh.
A new app is making it easier to prescribe the correct level of antiretroviral medication to HIV patients in South Africa.
At just Rs. 100 per subscriber, Sevamob is transforming on the ground primary healthcare service in the far-flung areas of North India through its mobile clinics, doctors at the doorstep and unmatched service.