THE GLOBAL SOUTH E-HEALTH OBSERVATORY
“CAPITALIZING ON HEALTH INNOVATION”, 1ST OF JULY 2022

THE GLOBAL SOUTH E-HEALTH OBSERVATORY<br>“CAPITALIZING ON HEALTH INNOVATION”, 1ST OF JULY 2022

The 2022 edition “CAPITALIZING ON HEALTH INNOVATION” has brought together on July 1st international experts, field actors and partners of digital health ecosystems, to share on operational research, evaluation and sustainability of digital health innovations.

The replay is avalaible below.

For the first time this year, the Observatory’s prizes have been awarded to research projects. These works are also presented on this page and, depending on their progress, will be shared during the 2023 conference.

This conference is organized with our partners: Agence Française de Développement (AFD), Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF), Fondation de l’Avenir and Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN).

2022 Conference program

THE GLOBAL SOUTH E-HEALTH OBSERVATORY<br>“CAPITALIZING ON HEALTH INNOVATION”, 1ST OF JULY 2022 Download programme

Discover the research projects awarded in 2022

Digitalizing care pathways in oncology

Pilot phase evaluation of a digital platform for patient monitoring and inventory management of anticancer drugs in Côte d’Ivoire.

Investigator : Programme National de Lutte contre le Cancer (de Côte d’Ivoire)

 

Video in French

Evaluating Cinz@n impact

Medico-economic evaluation of Cinz@n (a Hospital Information System) in the management of health structures in Mali (22 structures)

Investigator : Digis@nté Mali / Agna Nanamoye Diallo

 

Video in French

A smart speculum for cervical cancer screening

Assessment of the feasibility of large-scale use of a smart speculum for cervical cancer screening in Cameroon

Investigator : GIC Space

 

Video in French

Electronic messaging to improve mother and child health

Evaluation of an electronic messaging platform set up by the DRS of the Kara region in Togo for the referral-counter-referral of pregnant women (impact and SWOT analysis)

Investigator : Centre de Formation et de Recherche en Santé Publique de l’Université de Lomé (CFRSP) / Dr Sibabe Agoro

 

Video in French

Rapid SMS in Burundi

Evaluation of the replication of the “Rapid SMS” project in Burundi: impact on MCH indicators, organizational consequences on the Health System, obstacles, sustainability and performance

Investigator : Université du Burundi / Anicet Niyondavyi

 

Video in French

Watch the teaser of the 2022 conference: