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Estimated money saved by the HITSystem per year in Kenya by averting new infections and deaths.
HITSystem is an innovative healthcare software solution that aims to achieve complete prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission by improving PMTCT retention, Maternal HIV viral suppression, and HIV Exposed infants testing.
CATSystem is a cancer research electronic medical records system aimed at managing cervical cancer research data in Kenya. The CATSystem platform has been adapted by other organizations/institutions in Kenya and around the world to collect, store, analyze and report comprehensive data on a various types of cancer as well as to improve patient care and conduct cancer research
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We met Beatrice in Nairobi’s Mathare Slum in 2010, and she shared her incredible story with us. It was a story that sounded tragically familiar — but Beatrice gave us the chance to become a part of it and to change its ending for the better. In 2010, our GHI Team had witnessed our system o…
Emmy and her husband lived with their children in the South Rift Valley in Kenya. They were a lot like any other family; “Life was good,” Emmy says. One day, Emmy’s husband became sick, and one of her children, only three years old, grew sick too. Her young child lost his battle for life soon…
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