This project won the prestigious Grand Challenges Canada Stars in Global Health innovative grant for RMNCH by University of Ottawa. The project is supported by Grand Challenges Canada which is funded…

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Our Vision & Mission

We provide innovative approaches to help pregnant women especially in rural areas to get faster to their doctors and make better choices during pregnancy towards achieving sustainable development goals

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Project Summary

In Cameroon, poor rural woman suffer inequitably from preventable, ill-health and death due to maternal related causes with maternal mortality at 596/100,000 lives birth (WHO,2016). These rural women,…

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The Team

Our team is made up of experts from wide range of discipline epidemiologist biostatistician, health economist, medical doctors, maternal health experts, an information technology expert  and population…

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Services We Offer


This icon is on the app and upon a tocuh, it alerts the doctor-this services uses geo-navigation to locate the woman during emergencies and prepares the doctor on the state of the patient.


During pregnancy women can reach out to the doctor to ask any questions related to antenatal care


When the woman is in any form of pain this services alerts the doctor. The Doctor will then take the necessary actions to relieve the patient of the pain

Medical Advice

The service offers medical advice related to pregnancy and related health issues

Family Planning

This service is mobile family planning messages that upon a touch of the icon the woman can listen to family planning messages in the language of their choice(including local dialect). This message is prepared based on community need and targeting at risk population using behavioral change approaches and updated based on need

Post Natal

This service offers questions related to postnatal services forexample,exclusive breastfeeding, vaccination etc.if the woman is in doubt they will touch this icon and get in contact with a provider



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