“Connecting health – systemic mHealth solutions for better pregnancy and birth giving care”
The Innovation Factory, a global initiative which the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH implements on behalf of Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ), presented digital solutions for pregnancy and delivery care at this year’s re:publica media convention in Berlin.
A multidisciplinary team of health and IT professionals from four countries – Tanzania, Cameroon, Kenya, and Germany – showcased their digital solutions in the panel session ‘Connecting health – systemic mHealth solutions for better pregnancy and birth giving care’. The Innovation Factory provides a collaborative and creative space to develop and support digital health solutions that are in line with the four partner countries’ national priorities. For more information about the cross-country ideation process and approach, have a look at the video of the Innovation Factory’s session at re:publica with Friederike Paul-Fariborz from evaplan, Mwawi Leah Mlekano, Executive Director ITIDO LTD Tanzania, Annie Hortense Atchoumi, representive core team Cameroon, Steven Macharia, Technical Director Digital Health Kenya, and Titus Kühne, Director Institute of Computer-assisted Medi at Charité Berlin.