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Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

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Our goal is to extend access to advanced and innovative healthcare with mobile-enabled solutions. Over 400 million people do not have access to affordable basic healthcare. Our industry aims to enable access to essential healthcare through innovative mobile solutions. Mobile connectivity can increase the quality, reduce the cost and extend the reach of healthcare.

IMPACT STORIES

  1. KT: Preventing Infectious Disease on a Global Scale

    Global SDG initiative helping countries prevent the spread of communicable diseases.

  2. How Multimedia Empowers People: Shadufta’s Story

    CommCare empowers workers to deliver appropriate nutritional counselling on the spot.

  3. Enabling Public Health Strategies in the Gulf

    The GSMA has recognised the potential of, and urgent need for, mHealth solutions in the UAE and other nations in the Gulf. 

  4. Testing Mobile diabetes solutions

    Ten-day cycle tour designed to test how innovative mobile health solutions can help both people better manage their diabetes.

  5. Grameen Foundation: Bringing “Mobile Midwife” to Nigeria

    Delivering medically sound, stage-based health information to pregnant women and nursing mothers.

  6. Medic Mobile: Supporting community health workers and families using mobile.

    Using technology to improve health equity.

  7. Mobile maternal health service in Myanmar

    Ooredoo Myanmar partners with NGO and a local tech start-up to launch mobile maternal health service: Maymay.

  8. Life Stories: Supporting Women in Kibera, Kenya

    With M-PESA everything goes through safely.

  9. Life Stories: Blood Drives on the Palestinian West Bank

    Building a blood bank to help responders treat victims and deliver the care they urgently need.

  10. Life Stories: Connecting Masai Women in Kenya

    Sophia explains how she benefits from using mobile to help her business, solve health issues in the village and increase safety.

  11. Life Stories: Connecting Rural Tanzania

    In a move to bolster harvests, Tigo, in partnership with Technoserve, are beta-trialling an agricultural advice service called m-Kilimo (‘farmer’).

  12. KT: GiGA Island – Korea

    Giga Island has enabled language lessons through tablets and mobile phones for children.

  13. Life Stories: Mobile birth registration in Uganda

    In most countries, proof of identity is essential yet in some areas, as low as 21% of children are registered at birth.

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