BISKIT: Blood information system for crisis intervention and management in Nigeria

Ensure the consistent supply of target populations with safe blood and blood products in the event of a crisis in Nigeria.

Project start date : 16/03/2021

Beneficiary country : Nigeria

Healthcare themes targeted

  • Primary healthcare
  • Emergency services

Fields of application

  • Patient monitoring and medical data
  • Other(s) (specify)

Stage of development

  • Pilot project/testing/trials

Financing method

  • Government agency (USAID, etc.)

Area where the project is utilised

  • Provincial/regional (in one region of a single country)
  • Local (in one city/town/village)

Economic model(s)

  • Donations

Target audience

  • Healthcare professionals and structures (hospitals, healthcare centres/clinics, health networks)
  • Entire population
  • Other

Project objectives

  • Decreased mortality
  • Reduced suffering
  • Improved treatment
  • Other (please explain)

Materials used

  • Cellular (mobile) phone
  • Smartphone
  • Computer

Technologies used

  • Mobile telecommunications (without data connection)
  • Internet
  • Geolocation
  • Mobile app (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, HTML5, etc.)

About the sponsor

eHealth Systems Africa Foundation (eHA)

eHealth Systems Africa Foundation (eHA) is a non-governmental organization focused on improving health systems with core technical expertise in Health Delivery Systems, Public Health Emergency Management Systems, Disease Surveillance Systems, Laboratory & Diagnostic Systems, Nutrition, and Food Security Systems, and in sustaining program interventions. Its mission is to build stronger health systems through the design and implementation of data-driven solutions that respond to local needs and provide underserved communities with the tools to lead healthier lives.

Sector : Institutions (Communities, public authorities, NGOs, foundations, etc.)

Country of origin : Nigeria

Contact : Sponsor website Project website

Offline use


Open source


Open data


Independent evaluation

Yes, evaluated independently