The call for project proposals is open to pilot or operational projects using information and communication technologies (ICT) to improve access to quality healthcare and medicines in the Global South.
The Observatory, the leading information and networking platform for eHealth entities in and for low- and middle-income countries, announces its 4th call for applications to identify and support high-potential initiatives in the Global South.
The call for project proposals, accepting submissions through 15 January 2020, is open to pilot or operational projects using information and communication technologies (ICT) to improve access to quality healthcare and medicines in the Global South. Project sponsors may submit their initiatives by completing the online form.
The eHealth Observatory expert committee will then select the most relevant initiatives, which will become Observatory award winners. These awards will be presented at the Observatory annual conference to be held in early July at the headquarters of Fondation Pierre Fabre. Since 2016, 29 award winning projects have received a full year of financial and technical support.
Please check the list of Low- and middle-income countries at https://data.worldbank.org/income-level/low-and-middle-income
Photo: The five 2019 laureates of the Observatory (credits: the Global South eHealth Observatory / the Fondation Pierre Fabre)