Implementing Solutions

Maternal & Newborn Health

How can every woman, new mother, and newborn access the care they need to survive and thrive?

Submissions are Closed

Selected Solutions

Maisha

Maisha: Improving postpartum depression treatment in Africa through standardized screening practices

By RUTH MWAURA

DM DM
288

Universally Friendly Obturator

The UFO addresses issues with late-stage cervical cancer brachytherapy to improve patient outcomes and increase accessibility to treatment.

By Lauren Payne

KK KK
283

Bioforge Neonatal Incubator

A cost effective and easy to assemble incubators for doctors operating within limited resources.

By Dr Dewan Ahmad Fawzul Kabir Choudhury

2320

Ubenwa

Analyzing infants’ cry sounds using machine learning to detect early signs of birth asphyxia.

By Charles Onu

11

Democratizing Ultrasound Imaging across Africa

Scaling portable, telemedicine-enabled, ultrasound devices for pregnant women in peri-urban Kenya to decrease maternal and infant mortality.

By Emilian Popa

76

Maziwa Breast Pump

The only breast pump designed specifically for working mothers in developing markets.

By Sahar Jamal

266

Salamat: Healthy Mother, Healthy Family

A maternal health app that improves follow-up and continuity of care through improved patient record access, communication and education

By Alia Rasoully

71

Finalists

SurgiBox

SurgiBox: Protecting mothers, newborns and obstetricians through safe surgical care - any time, any place.

By Dr Debbie Teodorescu

53

Khushi AI

AI for early prediction of maternal and neonatal outcomes at the last mile

By Ruchit Nagar

30

BEMPU TempWatch to prevent Neonatal Hypothermia

The BEMPU TempWatch detects neonatal hypothermia and promotes Kangaroo Care uptake, to prevent neonatal morbidity and mortality.

By Ratul Narain

SK SK
RN RN
99

mSCAN

A low cost portable ultrasound that detetcts risk factors of maternal mortality among pregnant mothers in resource limited areas.

By Dr Prosper Ahimbisibwe MD

59

Wheels for life

A solution that uses telemedicine to provide prompt access to health care for pregnant women in emergencies.

By Dr Jemimah Muthoni Kariuki

SG SG
LM LM
EW EW
1549

Storx

Transabdominal Fetal Pulse Oximeter to Avoid Birth Asphyxia and Unnecessary Interventions

By Dan Fong

DF DF
7

PM-477: Cure BV

A novel, precise and specific therapy for Bacterial Vaginosis – the number one vaginal infection.

By Dr. Albina Poljak

18

RealDrip

A device to regulate infusion into the body using artificial intelligence.

By Abdulwaheed Alayande

93
Show Submitted Solutions

Submitted Solutions

Bed Space Tracker (BST)

A solution that uses real-time data to identify bed space availability

By Modupe Oludipe

MO MO

ultraware (AI)

Ultraware is a T-shirt with deep learning for assessment of the heart, lungs and abdomen.

By Mr. Ali Al Banna

Coel, A maternal wellness bangle

Coel speaks out pre-loaded audio messages, containing advice for pregnant women and new mothers also capable of Carbon Monoxide detection.

By Sutapa Biswas

SB SB

KRIYA™

KRIYA™ :Tracking “mental and physical wellbeing” of pregnant mother and her baby

By Shivi Kapil

SK SK

TINY HEARTS TECHNOLOGY

Production and deploying of the Crib A’glow Solar Phototherapy Units for treating Jaundice in newborn babies in rural and sub urban areas.

By Virtue Oboro

Telemedicine For Maternal-Newborn Health

Telemedicine Support to Promote Maternal and Newborn Health in three Remote Refugee Camps in Rural south-western Uganda.

By Atuhaire Justus

AJ AJ

Mobile mental health channel

A Mobile-phone last-mile integrated health channel that effectively delivers mental and MNCH information and connects women health facility

By Benon Musasizi

BM BM

Maternal Mobile Health

Phone disseminating educative maternal health messages that all antenatal and postnatal mothers timely access hospital care to reduce matern

By Nosi Mphaka

NM NM

Health Referal and Clinic Reminder App

To help health care facility systems to maintain access to essential health services for mothers and children in the context of COVID-19

By Beatrice Akeyo

BA BA
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