Johnson & Johnson have announced the three winners of the first Africa Innovation Challenge from nearly 500 submissions received.
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Telepathology is helping cancer patients at Butaro Hospital in Northern Rwanda access treatment from cancer specialists in the US.
Liberia’s Ministry of Health and Social Welfare is using mHero to tackle mental health issues that have arisen in the aftermath of the Ebola epidemic.
Healthcare personnel in Sierra Leone have undertaken a two day training session focusing on the use of Orasure’s OraQuick Ebola Rapid Screening Test.
Two employees from eHealth Africa share their experience and expertise on what makes an African eHealth programme effective and sustainable.
Right to Care has recruited and trained the first round of healthcare professionals to work in Sierra Leone as part of the SA initiative against Ebola.
UNICEF has launched an Ebola survivor app that will give survivors in West Africa support to overcome the associated social stigma.
Vecna Technologies is testing an EHR system and a two-way communication robot in Liberia that could help limit the transmission of Ebola.
Two brothers from Cape Town are behind the eHealth Ebola Care app that is helping NGOs and healthcare workers combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
IBM has launched three eHealth initiatives to help curb the spread of Ebola in West Africa, including an Ebola global open data repository.
The Western Cape DoH held a press conference about their readiness to deal with Ebola and presented the isolation ward at Tygerberg Hospital.