Winsenga

Winsenga

THE PROBLEM: According to the United Nations, “a woman dies from complications in child birth every minute” and “eight million babies die before or during delivery or in the the first week of life.” Many of these deaths could be prevented with access to trained...
TotoHealth

TotoHealth

THE PROBLEM: Recent statistics show that 9.2 million children under 5 years of age die every year, many of which are a result of preventable diseases (WHO statistics). Maternal mortality rates are also high in developing regions, with over 800 women dying every day...
Gifted Mom

Gifted Mom

THE PROBLEM: In Cameroon, 148 infants die per every 1,000 live births, giving it the18th highest mortality rate for children under 5 years old in the world, according to UNICEF.   THE CHALLENGE: Cameroonian mothers from lower socio economic backgrounds do not always...
GoMetro

GoMetro

THE PROBLEM: Public transportation in South Africa has a reputation for being unreliable. Trains, particularly Metrorail, and buses are often delayed without informing users — resulting in a ‘communication blackout’ whereby citizens do not know how or when they...
Project Masiluleke

Project Masiluleke

THE PROBLEM: South Africa has more HIV positive citizens than any country in the world. In some provinces, more than 40% of the population are infected. Despite widespread availability of HIV testing at government clinics and free anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment, less...