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Scaling digital health in developing markets

July 3, 2017 | mHealth | Latin America & the Caribbean | South Asia | Sub-Saharan Africa | GSMA

Digital health is taking its first steps in some African, Asian and Latin American markets, with a widespread view that greater use of technology and digital solutions can help address key healthcare issues: expanding healthcare coverage (access), enhancing services (quality) and … Read more

The journey of Telenor My Health in Pakistan

December 19, 2016 | mHealth | South Asia | Pakistan | GSMA

Telenor My Health is a health and wellness service provided by Telenor Pakistan, reaching over half a million users in urban, semi urban and rural regions of Pakistan. In this case study we showcase the journey to scale for the … Read more

Kilkari: A maternal and child health service in India – Lessons learned and best practices for deployment at scale

October 25, 2016 | mHealth | South Asia | India | GSMA

In January 2016, the Government of India launched a nation-wide mobile health programme designed by BBC Media Action. The service, ‘Kilkari’, is designed to benefit nearly 10 million new and expecting mothers by providing audio based maternal and child health … Read more

mNutrition Market Access in Zambia: The Costs and Health Impacts of Mobile Messaging for Nutrition

September 14, 2015 | mHealth | Sub-Saharan Africa | Zambia | GSMA

Understanding the true cost of an mNutrition service is essential for long-term sustainability. In consultation with the GSMA, the Palladium has developed an mNutrition Financial Forecast Model (FFM) to calculate the potential uptake and cost of a national messaging service that is based on a short-messaging service and interactive voice response. This report was adapted to the Zambian context using a proposed product concept, data from stakeholder interviews, and national demographic data. In addition to the FFM, the report contains information around the health impacts of mNutrition and the value for money of the mNutrition product. Read more

mNutrition Market Access in Mozambique: The Costs and Health Impacts of Mobile Messaging for Nutrition

September 14, 2015 | mHealth | Sub-Saharan Africa | Mozambique | GSMA

Understanding the true cost of an mNutrition service is essential for long-term sustainability. In consultation with the GSMA, the Palladium has developed an mNutrition Financial Forecast Model (FFM) to calculate the potential uptake and cost of a national messaging service that is based on a short-messaging service and interactive voice response. This report was adapted to the Mozambican context using a proposed product concept, data from stakeholder interviews, and national demographic data. In addition to the FFM, the report contains information around the health impacts of mNutrition and the value for money of the mNutrition product. Read more

Catalysing mHealth Services for Scale and Sustainability in Nigeria

May 29, 2015 | mHealth | Sub-Saharan Africa | Nigeria | GSMA

This report presents a number of initiatives launched by the Nigerian government, including the Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) Week and Saving One Million Lives (SOML), in 2009 and 2012 respectively. These initiatives aim to speed-up efforts to reduce maternal and under-five child mortality, the causes of which are largely preventable and treatable. These programmes have helped to improve access to important nutrition and maternal and child health interventions. Read more

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