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Call for projects 2024 launched !
Projects that use information and communication technologies to improve access to health care and quality medicines in African and Asian countries are invited to apply using the dedicated procedure. Applications are open from 3 November to 15 December 2023. Photo credit : Fetosense, CareNX Innovations Private Limited
« Bridging the Healthcare Gap: the Role of AI in LMICs »
Scheduled for September 28th, the conference has gathered experts, researchers, international actors on the ground and partners from the digital health ecosystem to discuss the place of AI in healthcare in developing countries. With panel discussions on diagnostic assistance, ethics and human rights, as well as expertise feedback exchanges and testimonies from the 2023 Laureates, the challenges and opportunities offered by AI in improving access to quality healthcare has been adressed.
The Global South eHealth Observatory
Created in 2016, the Observatory aims to recognize, analyze, share, encourage and support innovation in digital health. With a people and needs-centered approach, it is as well an e-health resource center in the Global South, a laboratory of ideas and initiatives which supports and promotes innovative projects, and a portal to share this innovation with the greatest number.See more
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ehealth, at the heart of today's issues
Internet and mobile coverage has grown significantly in recent years as has the adoption of information and communications technology (ICT). The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) estimates growth of these at more than 1 billion users every 5 years. Between 2000 and 2020, the number of mobile subscriptions was multiplied by 90, reaching 944 million in Sub-Saharan Africa (83% of the population).At the same time, and despite significant progress in recent decades, inaccessibility to quality healthcare is still prevalent in most developing countries. The use of digital technology has the potential to accelerate access to quality healthcare by facilitating patient follow-up, training health professionals, and improving coverage of health services.Moving towards Universal Health Coverage, digital tools can support and promote the transformation of health systems.See more
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To access reports on 46 particularly innovative projectsSee more
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To access a selection of external resources published by leading organizations, experts and partners on digital health in the Global SouthSee more
Entitled "Bridging the Healthcare Gap: the Role of AI in LMICs", the 2023 edition brought together international experts, field actors and partners of digital health ecosystems to discuss the place of AI in healthcare in developing countries.. Replay available!