Commitments

View all official Digital Health Week Commitments here. If you want your commitment to be featured here, submit your commitment!

Avenida Innovations
  • South East and Central Asia
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021- 2025

By 2025 Avenida Innovations will train 25000 Pharmacy Graduates on Digital Health enabled work skills through Private Universities in India.

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021- 2025

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021- 2025

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

Our commitment will contribute to the most important piece of the framework which is well trained human resources for Digital Health implementation and management for UHC

Chitkara University – Global Health Centre
  • South East and Central Asia
  • Capacity Development Research and Knowledge
  • 2021 - 2025

By 2025 Chitkara University will establish digital health capacity building of human resources centre engaged in training and operations research and capacitation initiatives.

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Capacity Development Research and Knowledge
  • 2021 - 2025

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Capacity Development Research and Knowledge
  • 2021 - 2025

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

Our commitment will contribute to the most important piece of the framework which is well trained human resources for Digital Health implementation and management for UHC.

Key Populations Uganda
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Programmatic
  • 2021 - 2025

By 2025 Key Populations Uganda will map 50 key population-friendly health service providers in Uganda and integrate this data onto our mHealth mobile app Hope4Life to enable access to quality Health care services by 15,000 marginalized persons, especially youth.

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Programmatic
  • 2021 - 2025

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Programmatic
  • 2021 - 2025

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

Mapping of all key-populatuon-friendly health service providers and integrating them into our Hope for Life mHealth app. Training of Peer Health Ambassadors who act as a link for proper referral system. Train health service providers on the Hope4life M-Health system basics as away of building their capacity. Conduct users/beneficiaries bi-annual survey to get feedback and assess their needs so as to improve the M-Health product.

Public Health Informatics Foundation (PHIF)
  • South East and Central Asia
  • Programmatic
  • 2021 - 2030

By 2030, Public Health Informatics Foundation will have over 20 million users on its mobile based telehealth service, enabling the access of affordable telehealth services among poorly resourced populations in five out of eight divisions in Bangladesh.

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Programmatic
  • 2021 - 2030

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Programmatic
  • 2021 - 2030

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

This commitment will improve the quality of care by using mobile based telehealth services among poorly resourced populations in Bangladesh.

Copper Rose Zambia
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021 - 2022

By December 2022, Copper Rose Zambia will build the capacity of 10 youth-led organisations in SRHR digital health in Zambia by holding 10 webinars and 10 self learning videos in partnership with Young Experts: Tech For Health.

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021 - 2022

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021 - 2022

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

Our commitment will help improve health information systems from the community level to district and national levels and even at the regional level. It will seek to improve the people’s ability to self-manage their health and wellbeing.

Copper Rose Zambia
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021 - 2022

By December 2022, Copper Rose Zambia will develop 5 online digital health resource hubs that will improve the capacity of the 30 health providers and 40 young peer educators in Zambia in partnership with Young Experts: Tech For Health.

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021 - 2022

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development
  • 2021 - 2022

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

The three policy recommendations will center:
-Addressing the existing gap in digital skills and literacy in Ghana and call for capacity building for end-users of e-health, especially the young people.
-Highlight the inequality in access to and high cost of internet data in Ghana and call for measures such as waivers to reduce the cost of data.
– Call for more significant investment in community-based support systems for vulnerable groups and persons with disabilities to access and use digital health technologies.

Committed Communities Development Trust
  • South East and Central Asia
  • Programmatic Research and Knowledge
  • 2021 - 2024

The Committed Communities Development Trust (CCDT) will proactively search, identify, evaluate feasibility, collaborate with relevant stakeholders to adapt appropriate digital health technology in each of our health and nutrition related projects by November 2024. This is to facilitate efficient, cost effective, timely and informed decision making on health and treatment seeking behaviour among marginalised communities in Maharashtra, India. We will share one learning document every year, with our experience in assimilating digital health technology in life cycle of our projects.

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Programmatic Research and Knowledge
  • 2021 - 2024

  • South East and Central Asia
  • Programmatic Research and Knowledge
  • 2021 - 2024

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

The Committed Communities Development Trust work with marginalised and vulnerable communities where reach and leveraging benefits of digital technology is insignificant. Some of our projects are in remote tribal locations. For Universal Health Coverage it is critical that communities uses and take advantage of digital technology. Our commitment with the intent to assimilate digital health technology will help communities to reduce out of pocket expenses, informed decision making on health/treatment seeking behaviour and enhance efficiency in terms of reducing lag time for care and increasing level of accuracy in diagnostic measures.

Measuring success will include proportion of projects where digital health technology been used at implementation stage of the project, proportion of projects where community beneficiaries are empowered to use digital health technology

CYIB - Curious Minds
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development Regulation & Policy
  • 2021 - 2023

By 2023, Curious Minds will partner with YET4H to author and disseminate three policy recommendations on youth-centered digital health in Ghana. The three policy recommendations will center capacity strengthening for end-users of eHealth, address the digital divide, and call for coordinated investments in community-based support systems.

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development Regulation & Policy
  • 2021 - 2023

  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Capacity Development Regulation & Policy
  • 2021 - 2023

How will your commitment contribute to the digital transformation of health and the effective use of data to achieve UHC by 2030 in your specific country or region of focus?

The three policy recommendations will center:
-Addressing the existing gap in digital skills and literacy in Ghana and call for capacity building for end-users of e-health, especially the young people.
-Highlight the inequality in access to and high cost of internet data in Ghana and call for measures such as waivers to reduce the cost of data.
-Call for more significant investment in community-based support systems for vulnerable groups and persons with disabilities to access and use digital health technologies.