Our supporters and partners
eHealth Africa is based out of Nigeria which gives us the ability to easily travel around the continent. Our local staff have practical insight into the health problems we face and create innovative yet realistic solutions. There is no one solution for all problems. Each problem needs to be analyzed extensively before developing a solution and many times those solutions need to be custom built. This gives us the ability to create innovative project designs which specifically address the needs of the problem while ensuring the sustainability and effectiveness of the solution.
eHealth Africa has developed mutual partnerships with universities, government agencies, and other NGOs. They are vital to our success.
Donald A. Strauss Foundation: Encouraging young leaders to pursue lives and work of public service and social change through Strauss scholarships awarded to California college juniors for high-impact projects undertaken in their senior year.
Center for Information and Technology Research in the Interest of Society: CITRIS creates information technology solutions for many of our most pressing social, environmental, and health care problems
Rick Hooper Scholarship Foundation: The Rick Hooper Scholarship Fund has been established to honor the memory of Richard M. “Rick” Hooper, who died at age 40 in the August 19, 2003, terrorist bombing of the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad.
Society for Telemedicine and eHealth in Nigeria (SfTeHiN): Members of SfTeHiN include students, doctors, and government officials. They are the main promoter of eHealth and Telemedicine in Nigeria.
Pathfinder International: Pathfinder International partnered with eHealth Africa to implement and manage the EMR Implementation at the Minjibir General Hospital in Kano, Nigeria. Pathfinder is continuously supporting eHealth Africa by providing expertise on reproductive health.
Electronic Connections (ECNX): ECNX is the leading Internet Provider in Kano. ECNX has a vast rang of experience gained through deployments of ISP networks, network security solutions and high level systems administration. They offer a complete range of consultancy, network maintenance, delivery and support service and has been operating succesfully in Nigeria for many years. ECNX’s experience and knowledge of IT systems provides eHealth Africa with reliable and skilled workers that can maintain eHealth Systems.
The Shehu Idris College of Health Sciences and Technology (SICHST): SICHST partnered with eHealth Africa on our first EMR implementation at the Family Health Unit in Kaduna Nigeria. SICHST also serves as our key training and capacity building partner.