The people, processes, supplies, and institutions required to deliver health care services to those who need them.
Our goal is to improve the quality and availability of healthcare for underserved populations, primarily through data management and logistics support to enable better decision-making.
We bring fresh ideas to routine immunization with integrated research, communications, design, and delivery which has improved the quality and availability of information, supplies and services to the last mile.
- Increase public primary healthcare facilities that meet national or international standards for maternal and child health.
- Improve supply chains for vital health commodities.
- Increase access to high-quality eLearning resources for healthcare workers to achieve proficiency in healthcare delivery, management, and leadership.
In Sierra Leone, vaccine-preventable diseases constitute over 30% of the causes of death among children under the age of 5. Recognizing that high quality immunization data is key to improve vaccination rates, we provide support to the VaxTrac electronic immunization registry system. Learn more about the VaxTrac solution and read the VaxTrac case study.
Through LoMIS, we provide reliable vaccine delivery services in Kano, Bauchi, and Sokoto states. LoMIS improves the timely availability of life-saving vaccines and reduces stock-outs in underserved communities. Learn about LoMIS.
Through the Health Camp Boxes project, we help the Nigerian government to better supply remote regions with essential healthcare products. Health Camp Boxes work with government partners to provide health boxes stocked with medicines and medical supplies across Kano state.
We have distributed more than 1,400 Android phones to Healthcare Workers in Kano state, each equipped with Open Data Kits (ODKs) that make it easy for users to submit data via questionnaires. This project enabled the Kano State government to collect, track, and act on key health performance indicators.
Recognizing the need for management and leadership skills among those in charge of health facilities, we support training for Community Health Officers (CHOs). Additionally, eHA modified and implemented an electronic version of the Service Ability and Readiness Assessment (SARA) tool to assist CHOs to track and provide data on whether health posts have the necessary materials to provide basic health care. Learn about the Community Health Officer - Management & Leadership Training Program.
Geo-referenced Infrastructure and Demographic Data for Development (GRID3)
The GRID3 project aimed to collect accurate, complete, and geospatially referenced data relevant to a variety of sectors across Nigeria (25 states and the FCT). Datasets collected include: settlements, health facilities, schools, markets, roads, water points, farms etc. Learn more about GRID3.
Vaccine Direct Delivery (VDD)
Vaccine Direct Delivery (VDD) is a third party logistics service provided to the State Primary Healthcare Development Agencies, with the aim of providing effective and efficient distribution of vaccines and dry commodities from state coldstore to health facilities at the ward level. Learn more about VDD.
Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP)
Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) is a service-based training program whose purpose is to train public health workers in the principles and practices of field epidemiology as they provide service to their countries. Learn more about FETP.
Health Camp Boxes have been distributed between 2014 and 2016
Antigens delivered to health facilities throughout Nigeria via LoMIS
Doses registered in the VaxTrac software in the first 1.5 months