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  • Global
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Middle East & North Africa
  • South, East and Central Asia
  • Latin America & the Caribbean
  • Europe
  • North America & Pacific
Women on Web

Global | Programmatic

Women on Web will provide online consultations for abortion care to over 120,000 women and pregnant people in the next 3 years and continue a telemedicine service that puts the needs and rights of women and pregnant people first.


India, Cambodia, Philippines, Indonesia, Kenya and other countries to come | Programmatic

In 2030, reach52 will have over 250 million users across LMICs connected to our health platform, enabling access to the affordable health products and services they need.

International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA)

Global | Advocacy

In 2022, the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations will advocate for health workforce preparedness for digital interventions by hosting at least two high-level meetings and presenting the results of the IFMSA Global Digital Health Survey that explores current gaps in digital health interventions for healthcare workers.

Edison Alliance

Global | Programmatic

The EDISON Alliance aims to improve the lives of 1 billion people globally, by increasing affordable digital access to healthcare, finance and education by 2025 through the 1 Billion Lives Challenge, along with its partners.

taboobreaker association

Global | Research & Knowledge

With our Love Land App for sexual and reproductive health education, taboobreaker is committed to ensuring that by 2025, 25% of all young people in South Africa, Romania, Vietnam, Tanzania, and Ivory Coast have free access to evidence-based, digital sexual and reproductive health information to strengthen their knowledge, decision-making and negotiation skills. This is our commitment to ensuring that young people are free from sexual harm and coercion, so that they can mature into adulthood safely and at their own pace, by avoiding unintended pregnancies, bad experiences and sexually transmitted infections.


LMICs | Regulation & Policy

By December 2023, FIND will collaborate with in-country partners in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to develop, execute, and share findings from five studies on digital health projects/initiatives, to demonstrate how digital tools can enable wider access to diagnosis. These studies will be constructed with an aim to inform national and global policy development on digital health.

Transform Health

Global | Regulation & Policy

In 2022, Transform Health will launch a set of globally unifying human rights-based health data governance principles grounded in equity and UHC with the aim for them to be endorsed by at least 50 organisations and 5 governments by the end of 2022. We will also advocate for these Principles to underpin the development of a global health data governance framework and for its adoption at the regional and national levels.

The International Digital Health & Artificial Intelligence Research Collaborative (I-DAIR)

Global | Regulation & Policy

By 2022, I-DAIR will federate a network of nine hubs to institute its distributed research architecture aimed at promoting global collaboration in research and countering the hoarding of data and knowledge in the digital and AI world. This will enable the creation of a global and transdisciplinary scientific community, focus expertise and resources on priority digital health and AI for health questions, foster the free flow of data and knowledge, and bring to reality I-DAIR’s vision of data and AI for health as global public goods.

The World Diabetes Foundation | The Diabetes Compass

Low and middle income countries | Financing & Resources, Programmatic

The Diabetes Compass is a 100 million DKK investment to improve the quality of diabetes care in primary care settings by leveraging innovation and emerging digital technology. The Diabetes Compass commits to launching a digital solution in selected countries by the end of 2024, with the aim of empowering health care professionals (HCP's) to better prevent, diagnose and manage diabetes. Led by the World Diabetes Foundation and funded by Novo Nordisk and the Novo Nordisk Foundation, the solution will be co-created with both local and global partners, responding to the actual needs of HCP’s operating in the countries.


Global | Programmatic

Philips is committed to improving the lives of 2.5 billion people a year by 2030, including expanding access to care for 400 million people living in underserved communities. To help expand access to care, we are:
• Driving digital and technological innovation along the health continuum
• Developing new business models and financing solutions
• Building strong partnerships within an ecosystem of collaboration

Digital Connected Care Coalition (DCCC)

Low and middle income countries | Programmatic

The Digital Connected Care Coalition will accelerate integrated solutions across the health continuum to reduce the current fragmentation in the digital health landscape by co-creating public-private partnerships. Having supported projects in three countries in 2022, we will develop a project funnel in 2022 to have that number grow every year.

Fondation Botnar

Global / Fondation Botnar focus countries: Romania, Tanzania, Colombia, Ecuador, Ghana, Senegal, India (Odisha & Rajasthan), Morocco, Egypt, Indonesia and Vietnam | Financing & Resources, Programmatic

Over the next three years, Fondation Botnar is committing to allocate CHF 25 million to a new portfolio of work, including programs, policy, advocacy and partnerships, at the intersection of human rights and digital health. We are determined to ensure that digital health interventions address health inequalities among young people and promote human and child rights-based governance of the use of digital data/platforms and artificial intelligence.

Medtronic LABS

Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana, Sierra Leone, India, Bhutan, USA | Programmatic, Technical

Medtronic LABS is committed to building the world's leading digital health platform for community-based population health. Our goal is the impact the lives of 25 million individuals globally by 2025. To do this, we're partnering directly with health systems and governments to enable digital health transformation that is equitable, patient-centered, and sustainable for the long-term.

Bao Systems

Global | Advocacy, Other

BAO Systems commits to working with partners around the world to provide tools to collect, use, and analyze better, more meaningful data and important information that will help health and development decision makers to target resources and to invest in HIV prevention, care and treatment programs. In 2022, we will connect the global health and development community at our annual Impact-First Summit and DHIS2 Symposium, to expand insight into technology and digital approaches.

South, East and Central Asia

Bangladesh | Programmatic, Capacity Development

By 2025, BRAC will integrate data-driven decision making into our existing mHealth system to improve the quality of health services delivered by 5,000 community health workers across Bangladesh.

Indonesian Public Health Association (IAKMI)

Indonesia, 34 provinces, 514 districts | Regulation & Policy, Advocacy

In the next five years, IAKMI commits to holding a consultation with all its 35,000 members, in 34 provinces, to develop a greater understanding of the challenges and opportunities faced by public health workers in accessing and using digital health to manage health data and provide healthcare at the local level. These consultancies will result in the creation of policy briefs and reports needed to produce evidence-based policies (including laws and technical guidance) to be used when lawmakers enact a regulatory umbrella for digital health in Indonesia.

Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited | One Billion Lives Challenge

India | Programmatic

Apollo Remote HealthCare Intervention programs have provided health care services to about 16 million people across various projects in India as of July 2021. The aim and target for these programs is to impact an additional 20 million people in resource constrained communities by the year 2025, thus touching the lives of at least 36 million people.

Committed Communities Development Trust

Maharashtra, India | Programmatic, Research & Knowledge

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.

Public Health Informatics Foundation (PHIF)

Bangladesh | Programmatic

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.

Chitkara University – Global Health Centre

India | Research & Knowledge, Capacity Development

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

Avenida Innovations

India | Capacity Development

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

Sub-Saharan Africa
Y-ACT, Youth in Action at Amref Health Africa

Kenya | Advocacy

By 2023, Y-ACT will partner with the Young Experts: Tech4 Health to author and disseminate 4 policy recommendations on youth-centred digital health. This will allow for the inclusion of youth voices on issues of digital health and prioritization of the same by policymakers at the sub-national level.

Y-ACT, Youth in Action at Amref Health Africa

Kenya | Capacity Development

Y-ACT will partner with the Young Experts: Tech4 Health to build capacity for 60 youth-led organizations on a range of digital health topics through approximately 8 webinars and 20 self-learning videos by 2023 to empower them with the necessary skills for digital health advocacy.

Key Populations Uganda

Uganda | Programmatic

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.

Copper Rose Zambia

Zambia | Capacity Development

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.

Copper Rose Zambia

Zambia | Capacity Development

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.

CYIB - Curious Minds

Accra | Regulation and Policy

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.

CYIB - Curious Minds

Accra | Regulation & Policy

By 2023, Curious Minds will organize broadcast media outreach and workshops to canvas the perspectives of over 500 young people across Ghana on what changes they wish to see in the Ghana Digital Health Strategy and Policy, and release the top 5 priorities for Ghanian youth in their use of digital health technologies. This initiative is supported by Young Experts: Tech 4 Health.

Living Goods

Kenya, Uganda, Burkina Faso | Programmatic, Capacity Development

Living Goods, with our government partners, will support up to 32,000 digitally-enabled community health workers and supervisors to provide quality health care to up to 18 million people across five countries by 2026. As part of this support, we commit to expanding our use of digital technology and data as tools to strengthen government systems and achieve national impact.

Daktari Africa

Kenya | Programmatic

Daktari Africa will improve health equity among people living with hypertension and diabetes, beginning with rural Kenya. By 2025 we shall increase access to specialists for 10,000 such clients, using our multi-award winning Daktari Africa telemedicine platform and our growing network of healthcare providers.

PharmAccess Group

Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania | Programmatic

By 2030, 5000 healthcare providers in sub-Saharan Africa will be connected to the digital SafeCare Quality Platform, enabling an ecosystem approach towards quality improvement by providing interactive and gamified support, benchmarking, data insights to target quality interventions, digital networking, and peer-to-peer learning.

PharmAccess Group

Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania | Advocacy

The PharmAccess Group will engage through policy developments, digital innovations and commitments to financing Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in the 4 countries we operate in (Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania) to advocate for the financing of about 2 billion Euros in healthcare spending from governments for inclusive health insurance to pay premiums for the poor and those in the informal sector by 2029.

Digital Health Partnerships

Africa | Advocacy

In 2022, Digital Health Partnerships along with MWAN Events and its Rwanda partner will co-organize the Africa Digital Health Forum in July 2022. This Forum has the goal to convene 1500 stakeholders, including ministers of health and ICT, international organizations, private sector, NGOs & donors.

Latin America & the Caribbean

Latin America & the Caribbean | Research & Knowledge

By the end of 2022, TecSalud will build out its digital health map to include relevant, current policy examples from every country and territory in Latin America and the Caribbean and make the information free and available ti both English and Spanish speaking audiences.

Central American Health Informatics Network (RECAINSA)

Latin America | Capacity Development

In 2022, RECAINSA will launch the second edition of the training program 'Women Leaders in Digital Health' and commit to training at least 30 women working in the health sector in LATAM.

Central American Health Informatics Network (RECAINSA)

Latin America | Advocacy

RECAINSA will create at least 5 discussion spaces by 2022, to strengthen the digital health governance structures of Latin American countries through principles of equity and social inclusion, and advocating with key stakeholders in the region.

Central American Health Informatics Network (RECAINSA)

Latin America | Capacity Development

In 2022, RECAINSA will train at least 30 health workers of the primary and community care levels of Latin America through its "Digital Transformation of Primary and Community Care Levels" training.

Central American Health Informatics Network (RECAINSA)

Latin America | Advocacy

In 2022, we will launch the RECAINSA Digital Health Forum 2022, bringing together at least 50 leaders that are involved in the digital transformation of the health sector in the Latin American and other world regions.