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|Advanced Decision Support for Infectious Disease Management in India||Toronto||BioDiaspora Inc.||Canada||India||Kamran||Khan||Khank@smh.ca|
BioDiaspora's vision is to create a healthier, safer, more prosperous world by using Big Data and predictive analytics to solve complex problems. In this project, we are working with our partner Public Health Foundation of India to implement these tools in India to improve public health capacity.
|Micro-franchised Community Health Workers Extending Maternal and Child Health Care in South Sudan||Sydney||Cape Breton University||Canada||South Sudan||Kevin||McKagueemail@example.com|
War-torn South Sudan, with severely limited health infrastructure and personnel, demands innovative solutions. Working with South Sudanese-Canadian doctors and BRAC, we are establishing novel social enterprise approaches to allow networks of mobile community health workers to outreach to underserved communities and IDP camps with health messages and basic medicines.
|Le pessaire dans la prévention de la prématurité spontanée en pays en voie de développement (Haiti)||Sherbrooke||Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke||Canada||Haiti||Jean-Charles||Pasquierfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|The Incinerator Initiative: Managing medical waste in low resource settings||Kamloops||DesignAid Canada||Canada||Bangladesh||Philippe||Schlesseremail@example.com|
The majority of hospitals in limited resource settings lack adequate infrastructure to safely dispose of harmful medical waste, placing communities and ecosystems at risk. Biohazardous waste can be safely managed in these facilities by developing modular, low-cost, locally built incineration systems, specifically designed to minimize environmental impact.
|Synergy for Water Now||Oakville||H2O4ALL||Canada||Dominican Republic||Timothy||Muttoofirstname.lastname@example.org|
H2O4ALL, in partnership with FilterPure - Dominican Republic, will create a new ceramic filtration membrane to provide safe water at the household level in low-to- middle income countries. This will provide a highly efficient filter with reduced costs over current technology, enabling larger scale access to safe water.
|Diagnosing fevers better: Improving diagnosis of febrile illnesses by uniting disease ecology and satellite imagery.||Ottawa||HealthBridge Foundation of Canada||Canada||Tanzania, United Republic of||Rachelle||Desrochersemail@example.com|
Because they cause fevers, arbovirus infections - like Dengue Fever - are often mistakenly treated as malaria. Knowing these diseases are transmitted by different types of mosquitoes, we are developing an app that will improve diagnosis by estimating the probability of malaria versus arbovirus infection, based on local habitat.
|Turning hope into action: Youth peer health education in rural Tanzania - Kugeuka matumaini katika hatua: Vijana wa rika ya elimu ya afya katika maeneo ya vijijini Tanzania.||Montreal||The Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning/McGill University||Canada||Tanzania, United Republic of||Madeleine||Buckfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Turning hope into action: Youth peer health education in rural Tanzania will bring a pilot-tested, site-crafted, formally evaluated HIV/AIDS youth peer health educator program into 50 primary schools in HIV ravaged rural Tanzania with the aim of empowering youth in making healthy decisions - kuwawezesha vijana juu ya HIV.
|Developing Novel Edible-Insect Farming Technologies to Address Food Insecurity in Slums||Verdun||Aspire Food Group Ltd.||Canada||Ghana, Kenya, Mexico||Mohammed||Ashour|
Insects are a traditional source of food for over 2 billion people worldwide. Our goal is to empower communities to farm edible insects year-round in order to stabilize access to this nutritious food source.
|Sterile Processing Education in Developing Countries - Phase 1||Victoria||Mercy Ships Canada Society||Canada||Congo, Republic of, Guinea||Olive||Fastemail@example.com|
Postoperative infection represents a major burden in loss of income and lives in LMIC. We will supply low cost sterilizers in conjunction with customized education and training for health care workers in Guinea and the Congo to improve infection control practices and decrease post-operative infections.
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|Tapp - A water filtration device for developing countries||Vancouver||Twothirds Water Inc.||Canada||Philippines||Bradley||Pierikfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Tapp is a simple, user-friendly household water filter. Through our partnership with ASKI Philippines, a Micro-Finance Institution, we will be bundling Tapp with various micro-loans to families in the Philippines. This innovative business model will provide families an increased ability to purchase a product which will improve their health and positively impact many other aspects of their lives.
|Safe excreta disposal in humanitarian emergencies||Laval||Université Laval||Canada||India||Caetano||Doreaemail@example.com|
Disposal of human waste is complicated under the best of circumstances, being further complicated during humanitarian emergencies. This project will develop a fit-for-purpose sanitation sludge treatment system for the safe disposal of excreta in emergencies; safeguarding public health and the environment.
|Detection of bacteria in food and water in low-resource settings with low-cost portable electrochemical paper-based devices||Edmonton||The Governors of the University of Alberta||Canada||Canada, Kenya||Frederique||Deissfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|A fingerprick blood biomarker to replace chest x-ray for pneumonia diagnosis||Edmonton||The Governors of the University of Alberta||Canada||Uganda||Michael||Hawkesemail@example.com'|
Our bold idea: replace chest x-ray with bedside fingerprick blood test (based on a clinically informative circulating protein biomarker of pneumonia). Improved diagnosis of pneumonia where there is no CXR will save lives and unnecessary antibiotics.
|Discovery of new HIV1 viroporin inhibitors from local natural products||Vancouver||The University of British Columbia||Canada||Canada, Thailand||Ian||Tietjenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
While antiretroviral therapies have significantly reduced HIV mortality, they remain inaccessible to many in low and middle income countries. Viroporins, or viral ion channels, are essential for viral propagation. We will discover locally-sourced natural products that block HIV-1 viroporins, which in turn may lead to affordable and locally-sourced HIV therapies.
|Cheap drugs for bad bugs: engineering natural product synthesis||Vancouver||The University of British Columbia||Canada||India||Katherine||Ryanemail@example.com|
Our project aims to develop engineered bacteria for the production of complex drug molecules. We will accomplish our goal by importing biosynthetic genes into easy-to-grow bacteria. Our approach will allow us to access complex molecules at high levels, with the potential to dramatically lower the cost of production.
|The Post Discharge Survival Project||Vancouver||The University of British Columbia||Canada||Uganda||Matthew||Wiensfirstname.lastname@example.org|
In many countries more children die following discharge than during hospitalization. We aim to reduce this burden by (1) developing a mobile phone prediction tool to risk-stratify children at discharge (2) provision of a “discharge-kit” to caregivers and (3) evaluation of a “back-referral” strategy to community health workers for post-discharge follow-up.
|Thiamin-fortified fish sauce as a means of combating infantile beriberi in rural Cambodia||Vancouver||The University of British Columbia||Canada||Cambodia||Tim||Greenemail@example.com|
|Engaging Unlicensed Drug Shops in Uganda||Calgary||The Board of Governors of the University of Calgary||Canada||Uganda||Denise||Buchnerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Our project will identify 50 unlicensed drug shops in rural Uganda and train providers to accurately recognize and treat pneumonia, malaria and diarrhea in young children (>5years). The project will work on a business model in order to develop a sustainable community-based approach to improved health outcomes in rural Uganda.
|Affordable and simple paper-based arsenic detection tests.||Oshawa||University of Ontario Institute of Technology||Canada||Bangladesh||Brendan||MacDonaldemail@example.com|
Arsenic contaminated drinking water in Bangladesh has been called the “largest mass poisoning in human history” by the World Health Organization. We are developing paper test strips to provide an affordable and simple method for detecting arsenic levels. Regular testing by the users can prevent arsenic poisoning from contaminated water.
|Fortifying Dal to Alleviate Fe Deficiency in South Asia||Saskatoon||University of Saskatchewan||Canada||Bangladesh||Albert||Vandenbergfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional disorder in the world, affecting approximately two billion people. Improving iron status can restore personal health and national productivity. In Bangladesh, lentil is consumed with rice on a daily basis. Iron-fortified lentil could be a low cost, achievable solution to iron deficiency.
|Developing a low cost device for breast cancer detection in Vietnam using ultrawideband technology||Saskatoon||University of Saskatchewan||Canada||Vietnam||Anh||Dinhemail@example.com|
|Pathways to Rural/Remote Health Capacity: Moving Technology from Education to Practice||Saskatoon||University of Saskatchewan||Canada||Philippines, Russian Federation||Lorna||Butlerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Health human resource planning in rural and remote communities is limited by the availability of a locally educated workforce Students living in these communities will have the opportunity to learn where they live using remote presence technology (robots) that link education with clinical practice in Saskatchewan , Manila and Yakutsk.
|VisuFLUID - Computer Software for Sanitation and Wastewater Treatment Facility Design||Toronto||NuPhysics Consulting Ltd.||Canada||Philippines||Hanif||Montazeriemail@example.com|
|Affordable, long term detection of water quality using a modular microsphere based system||Victoria||University of Victoria||Canada||El Salvador||Stephanie||Willerthfirstname.lastname@example.org|
A modular microsphere based assay will be used to detect different bacterial pathogens present in water samples over extended time periods of up to 3 months. Upon pathogen detection, the colorimetric readout changes from red to purple.
|Year-round Provision of Access to Safe Water in Northern Samar, Philippines||Waterloo||University of Waterloo||Canada||Philippines||Sheree||Pagsuyoinemail@example.com|
We aim to build a low-cost biofiltration system for drinking water treatment in rural areas of the Philippines. The modular design will utilize indigenous materials and can be adapted for household or communal use. We will also develop a business model for commercializing this technology.
|Green canahua plants to fight malnutrition||Cochabamba||Fundación para la Promoción y la Investigación de Productos Andinos (PROINPA)||Bolivia||Bolivia, Plurinational State of||Vivian||Polarfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Women and children in arid highland regions of Bolivia experience chronic malnutrition persistently. This approach seeks to increase the availability of critical nutrients in their diet by designing a of a production and consumption plan of an Andean native plant called canahua in its green state.
|Clean water for all: A sustainable distribution strategy for maintenance-free water filters for indigenous population of TIPNIS via a corporate social responsibility model||Cochabamba||Fundación Sodis||Bolivia||Bolivia, Plurinational State of||Daniela||Silva Soto|
The project consist of a baseline study, an information and promotion phase, and an evaluation phase. The main goal of the field trial is to observe and measure acceptance and long-term use of the water filter. We will leverage a corporate social responsibility business-model to finance the project and develop a functioning distribution network, which will lay the foundation for years of ongoing corporate partnerships.
|Completing the Integrated Innovation of the Lehmann Trap to Reduce Malaria||Bobo-Dioulasso||Institut de Recherches en Sciences de la Santé||Burkina Faso||Burkina Faso||Abdoulaye||Diabateemail@example.com|
The Lehmann’s trap is an environmentally-friendly tool that controls malaria vectors without risk of insecticide resistance. The originality of this window-trap stands from its simplicity. It does not require an insecticide or even an attractant, yet it effectively collects incoming susceptible and resistant mosquitoes to insecticides and kills them.
|Promoting nutritious egg consumption in rural Ghana: A new paradigm in healthy childhood||Kumasi||Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi||Ghana||Ghana||Jacob||Hamidufirstname.lastname@example.org|
We proposed the assembly on a least-cost basis a poultry layer diet with the inclusion of omega-3-fatty acid source and onward incorporation in eggs. The eggs produced will not only be cheap but will contain the desired fatty acid for children’s brain development and general health especially in Sub-Saharan African Countries.
|!nspiraFarms - Integrated innovation to tackle food safety||Quetzaltenango||Asociación de Desarrollo Agrícola y Microempresarial||Guatemala||Guatemala, Kenya||Michele||Bruniemail@example.com|
!nspiraFarms™ is the sustainable solution to the challenge of small scale food processing. Prefabricated food-safety certified processing facilities use renewable energy to allow food to be processed on-farm, so five million farmers in Africa, Asia and Latin America earn more for their produce and bring safer food to consumers.
|GenteGas: Delivering affordable gas stoves and household health education to low-income families exposed to toxic levels of woodsmoke.||Guatamala City||Universidad del Valle de Guatemala||Guatemala||Guatemala||Lisa||Thompson|
Household air pollution (HAP) from solid cooking fuels like wood affects 2.7 billion worldwide and is responsible for 4 million premature deaths a year. GenteGas will launch a market-based pilot to deliver LPG gas stoves to reduce HAP, monitor stove uptake and adoption and promote HAP awareness and behavior change.
|An app-based platform to support early identification and management of children at risk of developing neurodevelopmental impairments in community settings||Lucknow||CEL Ventures Private Limited||India||India||Aarti||Kumarfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Giving every baby an equal chance of a healthy life: High-quality neonatal care in rural areas using a community-based approach||Bangalore||Embrace Innovations Private Limited||India||India||Rahul||Panicker|
Embrace’s award-winning infant warmers have helped 50,000+ babies. The organisation is further developing its infant warmer for use in rural homes with limited access to electricity, and pilot a delivery mechanism via health-care workers. With this, it hopes to bring quality care to the doorstep of babies in need.
|Cookstoves for Carbon Credits||New Delhi||International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease||India||India||Anil||Jacobemail@example.com|
|ArogyaCare: An efficient, responsive, integrated and sustainable model of Medical Emergency Care in low & middle income countries (LMICs) - First implementation is in Kolkata, the most densely populated city in India||Mumbai||Doctors For You||India||India||Sanchita||Mahapatrafirstname.lastname@example.org||Rajib||Sengupta|
In developing countries, in absence of 911 emergency systems, medical emergency is provided by isolated providers with varying capability, resulting in inefficient and fragmented emergency care. Often patient needs to wait for ambulances and/or is taken by public transport without receiving any paramedic care to a hospital, where proper emergency facilities and products like blood may not be available, causing serious delays in treatment and loss of life. This project aims to strengthen, standardize and integrate these emergency services under a centralized medical emergency system to help coordinate the emergency retrieval as well as empower citizens for crowd-sourced quick response to cater to critical patients within golden hour of emergency. Initially, the two primary arm of emergency will be integrated 1. Hospital Emergency & ICU and 2. Ambulances & Paramedics, followed by the Blood Banks. Due to the recent emphasis in Maternal & Child Healthcare in India, proper infrastructure for institutional delivery and Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU or Special Newborn Child Unit (SNCU)) have been developed in Hospitals, both public and private. As such, while this integrated, responsive emergency system will benefit all, it will be specifically beneficial to mothers and infants from all strata of society during Acute Labor and Neonatal Emergencies.
OneBreath: Cost effective mechanical ventilation for emerging markets
OneBreath India Private Limited
Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Thailand, Vietnam
OneBreath is a new business addressing one of the most difficult problems in critical care medicine: Delivering high precision, high reliability mechanical ventilation at an affordable cost.
|Development of Multi-Fuel Stove Capable of Using Dung, Wood, and Agricultural Waste Fuel Cleanly and Efficiently||Bommayapalayam||Prakti Design Private Limited||India||India, Nepal||Sarbagya||Tuladhar|
|Clean Cookstoves||Nairobi||Zoe Alexander Limited||Kenya||Kenya, Uganda||Boston||Nyeremail@example.com|
BURN is developing a new “value” stove following the success of the jikokoa, revolutionary clean-burning charcoal cookstove locally manufactured in Kenya (one sold every 3 minutes in Kenya). This more affordable product will be 40% less expensive while maintaining performance, reducing fuel consumption and emissions by 45% and 61% respectively.
|Fresh Life Initiative: Sustainable Sanitation in Urban Slums||Nairobi||Fresh Life Initiative Limited||Kenya||Kenya||David||Auerbachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
At Fresh Life, we franchise a dense network of accessible, affordable and hygienic toilets to slum residents to run as profitable businesses. We provide franchisees with business and marketing support and connect them to a daily professional waste collection service that removes and treats the waste for safe re-use.
|Cowpea Promotion and Post-Harvest Project for East Africa (COPPEA)||Nairobi||Summit Pharmaceauticals Limited||Kenya||Kenya||Florence||Mwaraniaemail@example.com|
The COPPEA project aims to enhance digestibility of cowpea by reducing flatulence. We will develop an enhanced humus product to promote local consumption of cowpea. Cowpea is considered the poor man’s meat due to its richness in proteins. Consumption of cowpea will reduce protein energy malnutrition, especially in children.
|The Linda Kizazi Project: A multi-faceted community-based approach to promote and support exclusive breastfeeding in Kibera slum, Nairobi, Kenya||Nairobi||Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI)||Kenya||Kenya||Serah||Gitome|
Linda Kizazi project is a Baby Friendly Community Initiative comprising a personal saving plan during pregnancy and linkage to breastfeeding-friendly income generating activities to ensure mothers sustain exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months, thus improving infant health outcomes
|Reduce incidences of child mortality due to water borne illnesses , and increase access to clean water.||Nairobi||Summit Pharmaceauticals Limited||Kenya||Kenya||Keneth||Mitambo|
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The project aims at testing how sanitisation of water using the ECOS stove can reduce water borne diseases amongst poor communities in Kilifi , Kiambu and Siaya areas thus contributing to low mortality rates amongst children aged below 5 years.
|Addressing Malnutrition through Integrated Rice-Duck Farming in Nepal||Kathmandu||Practical Action Consulting Private Limited||Nepal||Nepal||Menila||Kharel|
Practical Action will promote an" Integrated Duck-Rice Farming" technology among 1,000 small holder rice farmers in two nutrition deficit districts of Nepal. This technology is expected to increase rice productivity at lower input cost and provide continuous supply of protein and vitamin enriched diet to farm family that reduces the level of prevalent malnutrition.
|Mobile Application for Improved Nutrition, Community Engagement and Trust with Farmers||Abuja||African Center for Innovation and Leadership|
A mobile application to address the problem of malnutrition by linking farmers with key players in the agricultural sector in order to facilitate access to relevant information that will improve crop yields, intake of nutritious crops, and, ultimately, enhance rural livelihoods.
|Brokering for the Poor: Business Solution for Safe Motherhood||Manila||Philippine Business for Social Progress, Inc.||Philippines||Philippines||Mary Juliet||Labitiganemail@example.com|
The project aims to address the problem of maternal mortality in resource poor areas due to delay in getting appropriate care because of financial barriers. Our bold idea is “insurance brokering for the poor” where we will develop low cost insurance for poor women in collaboration with an insurance/brokering firm.
|Palm Ultrasound integrated with smart phone to decrease maternal mortality in three rural regions in the Philippines||Manila||Foundation for the Advancement of Clinical Epidemiology, Inc.||Philippines||Philippines||Godofreda||Dalmacionfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Nothing can be dreadful than a mother dying during childbirth. Because labor and childbirth can turn from bad to worse , a proactive management is a necessity . For my country where many women live in inaccessible places and barely able to spend for health care, reaching them through handheld ultrasound and tagging them for the appropriate birthing facilities has become an urgent need.
|Mobile doctor educator: Enabling access to medical and health education in Rwanda.||Kigali||University of Rwanda - College of Medicine and Health Sciences||Rwanda||Rwanda||Jean Christophe||Rusatiraemail@example.com|
Lack of access to health and medical education for doctors in the developing world is a serious global health problem. Our idea will bring continuous medical education to doctors in Rwanda by developing mobile computing technologies. Mobile medical education is relatively new and only used in the developed world.
|Developing a home-based geo-information system to optimize local level interventions against malaria mosquitoes||Dar es Salaam||The Registered Trustees of Ifakara Health Institute||Tanzania||Tanzania, United Republic of||Dickson||Lwetoijerafirstname.lastname@example.org|
As malaria reduces in Africa, remaining transmission occurs in spatially distinct risk areas, which must be targeted to ensure elimination. We propose a system which will rely on community knowledge to identify the risk areas and target elimination efforts through accurate mapping of malaria risk areas in their villages.
|A novel rice husk fired furnace to sterilize human excreta and create a safe faecal fertilizer business which will motivate up-take of improved ecological sanitation.||Dar es Salaam||The Registered Trustees of Ifakara Health Institute||Tanzania||Tanzania, United Republic of||Jacqueline||Thomas|
In Tanzania only 24 % of people have improved sanitation. Also agricultural productivity is restricted by the high price of commercial fertilizers. To improve sanitation and agricultural productivity we will design a novel rice husk fired furnace to sterilize human excreta to produce a safe faecal fertilizer business.
|An innovative chlorine dosing mechanism for ceramic filter pots to achieve complete household level drinking water treatment for low-income communities.||Dar es Salaam||The Registered Trustees of Ifakara Health Institute||Tanzania||Tanzania, United Republic of||Jacqueline||Thomas|
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In Tanzania people commonly use contaminated open wells for drinking water. To create household level drinking water treatment we will design an innovative mechanism of chlorine dosing ceramic filter pots. With effective and consistent chlorine dosing all microbial pathogens, including viruses, can be removed and therefore further reduce diarrhoeal disease.
|Homemade fruit-based toxic sugar lures against malaria mosquitoes in Tanzania||Dar es Salaam||The Registered Trustees of Ifakara Health Institute||Tanzania||Tanzania, United Republic of||Marta||Maiafirstname.lastname@example.org|
This project aims at developing homemade mosquito baits to control malaria mosquitoes in rural Africa by using mainly recycled materials or waste such as plastic bottles, cloth, string, over-ripe fruits and an insecticide. The fruit odours will attract mosquitoes to feed on the bait, become intoxicated with the insecticide and die.
|0556-01-10||http://bit.ly/1qD7FEc||NA||Developing a combined Rapid Diagnostic Test (cRDT) for blood-stream bacterial infections and malaria in children: A tool for improving diagnosis of non-malarial fevers and rational use of antibiotics in rural settings||Dar es Salaam||The Registered Trustees of Ifakara Health Institute||Tanzania||Tanzania, United Republic of||Ngweina||Magittaemail@example.com|
Bacterial sepsis is a major cause of death in children in low income countries due to poorly-equipped laboratories and absence of a rapid test. We seek to develop a rapid test and combine it malarial test into a single test strip. This test will guide rational use of antibiotics.
|Reducing micronutrient deficiency in children below two years by supplementing complimentary food with Moringa oleifera leaf powder in Tanzania||Dar es Salaam||National Institute for Medical Research||Tanzania||Tanzania, United Republic of||Angela||Shija|
Our innovation intends to reduce micronutrient deficiency especially Vitamin A and Iron to children below two years by supplementing complementary food with Moringa Oleifera leaf powered as a reliable and long-term solution. Moringa has essential nutrients required for health body but its nutritional potential has not been fully utilized.
|Use of live potted lemon grass for outdoor mosquito control in Tanzania||Dar es Salaam||National Institute for Medical Research||Tanzania||Tanzania, United Republic of||Calister||Imeda|
|Low Cost Point of Care Medical Diagnostics for the 3rd World Market||Klong Luang||National Institute of Metrology (Thailand)||Thailand||Thailand||Jintana||Nammoonnoyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
The ultimate goal of this research project is the development and distribution of a Point-of-Care diagnostic product for application in remote, underserved populations with little or no healthcare infrastructure. The portable device will enable “near-patients” use, providing quick diagnostic results at the time of examination.
|Breakthrough Point-of-use Water Treatment and Sustainable Health Betterment for Under-resourced Communities||Klong Luang||National Science and Technology Development|
We are tackling the global problem of unsafe drinking water, which kills millions of people per year, especially young children. Our proposed solution has three components: a breakthrough innovation for point-of-use water treatment, community-oriented social transformation, and a sustainable business model to introduce the innovative device as a steppingstone toward long-term health betterment.
|Using routine immunization to increase access to cervical cancer screening in rural Uganda, implemented by Global Health Economics Ltd.||The Infectious Diseases Institute Limited||Uganda||Uganda||Agnes||Nyabigambo|
Cervical cancer causes 40% of female cancers and is a leading cause death among women in Uganda. Cervical cancer screening is non-existent in rural settings of Uganda. This project will leverage an existing routine immunization service to provide a non-existent but critical one (cervical cancer screening) thereby minimizing the health seeking burden to women.
|Development of a mobile phone gaming application to increase knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention, implemented by Global Health Economics Ltd.||The Infectious Diseases Institute Limited||Uganda||Uganda||Agnes||Nyabigambo|
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In Uganda only 43% of men and 38% of women have comprehensive HIV prevention information. We shall develop a cell phone gaming application for HIV prevention that animates behavioural situations based on local popular culture. This will improve on current HIV/AIDS messaging because it will expose gamers to HIV prevention information.
|Improving child nutrition in urban slums of Uganda, implemented by Global Health Economics Ltd.||The Infectious Diseases Institute Limited||Uganda||Uganda||Doris||Kwesiga|
In Uganda, 33% of children below 5 years are stunted and 14% are underweight due to poor feeding practices and the high disease burden. This project intends to improve nutritional status among children 6-59 months living in slums by developing a local nutritional supplement. Production will be sustained by corporate companies’ contributions
|Testing the feasibility of using third trimester ultra sound scans to identify high risk pregnancies as a focus for maternal and neonatal reduction||Iganga||Uganda Development and Health Associates||Uganda||Uganda||Sarah||Namutambafirstname.lastname@example.org|
Currently there is no access to obstetric ultra sound and referral emergency system. Using ultra sound scan during the third trimester, we shall identify among the rural pregnant women with known risks of labour, manage them at an obstetric health facility with a focus of reducing maternal and neonatal mortality
|Neglected voices, neglected diseases: igniting youth driven innovation in sanitation solutions for Maasai pastoralists.||Calgary||The Board of Governors of the University of Calgary||Canada||Tanzania, United Republic of||Sheri||Bastienemail@example.com|
Open defecation, poor sanitation and hygiene are associated with transmission of diarrheal diseases, one of the leading causes of mortality in children under five in developing countries. In this project, we use innovative science-based approaches including a sanitation science fair to engage pastoralist youth in Tanzania in the development and uptake of culturally appropriate and evidence-based sanitation and hygiene strategies which also hold potential for social entrepreneurship.
|0321-05-43||http://bit.ly/1nx18q7||Using mobile phones to fight malaria in Tanzania||Waterloo||MEDA (Mennonite Economic Development Associates||Canada||Tanzania||Thom||Dixonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Karen||Yeates|
|0355-05-30||http://bit.ly/1l98Cyr||A lucky little fish to fight iron deficiency among women in Cambodia||Guelph||Lucky Iron Fish||Canada||Cambodia||Gavin||Armstrongemail@example.com||Alastair||Summerlee|
|0354-05-40||http://bit.ly/RwBmY0||Loving the loo: New marketing strategy targets sanitation in rural Nepal||Winnipeg||iDE||Canada||Nepal||Stu||Taylorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Cordell||Jacks|
|Implementing neonatal intensive care methods in Guyana to save lives of neonates with respiratory distress||Toronto||Guyane Help The Kids Organization|