An exceptional, not-to-be-missed event on 4 July.

On 4 July, log on the website odess.io to watch the E-health Observatory for Southern Countries conference. Nine sponsors of some of the most innovative e-health projects in Africa and Asia today will be invited to present their initiative. This event will also serve as the official launch of the Observatory and a chance to report on the findings from the research and monitoring that has been underway for the past year thanks to Catel and researches from StartupBrics.

Here is the list of the invited initiatives:

Djantoli, Mali, Burkina Faso: application for medical monitoring of children
DoctorGratis, Indonesia, Nigeria: Medical e-consultancy for everyone
E-diabete.org, Senegal, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire: training health professionals in diabetes care
GiftedMom, Cameroon, Nigeria: mobile app/SMS for maternal and child health
Jokko$anté, Senegal: virtual community pharmacy
mClinica, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand: Networking pharmacies, laboratories and patients
MedTrucks, Senegal, Mali: mobile units of medical equipment
Mos@n,Burkina Faso: mobile application for maternal and child health, and treatment support for people living with HIV
OPISMS, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal: electronic vaccination record

The Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie is a partner to this event, which will be televised live on more than ten digital campuses worldwide. From Africa to Asia, in Dakar, Yaoundé, Brazzaville, Kinshasa, Abidjan, Bamako, Lomé, Antananarivo, Hanoi, Vientiane, Phnom Penh, Danang, and Lasi (Romania), those watching can “attend” the event live and share their reactions through the odess.io website, Facebook or Twitter.
You, too, can join the Odess online community and logon 4 July to attend the conference live and share your thoughts using the website, Facebook or Twitter.

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Recognized as a public utility since 1999, the Pierre Fabre Foundation works to provide populations in developing countries with better access to medicines and quality care. Its five action areas of intervention are the training of healthcare professionals, the fight against sickle cell disease, access to healthcare for vulnerable populations, e-health and dermatology. In 2021, the Foundation conducted 35 programs in 20 countries in Africa, South-East Asia, Lebanon and Haiti.

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