Vital for "Mobile Technology"

A Return to Monrovia in the Time of Ebola

Wash hands, take temperature, no touching. It's a day-to-day mantra in Liberia as country leaders forge partnerships to end Ebola.

Chiapas Health Workers Improve Maternal Health with mHealth

In Chiapas, women die in childbirth 70% more often than in the rest of Mexico. For indigenous women, survival rates are three times lower.

Invent Nothing, Adapt Everything

Health workers need clear, simple, reliable information on Ebola. That's where the new Ebola Resources for Health Workers comes in.

In West Africa’s Ebola Crisis, a Mobile Phone-Based Hero for Health Workers

Liberian health officials can send accurate data and key messages to health workers on Ebola's front lines, thanks to mHero.

In the Ongoing Ebola Crisis, Emergency Aid Is Not Enough

Whenever we provide aid, we must ask ourselves: How can we make a positive impact not only today, but for years to come?

It’s Time to Measure the ROI (Return on Innovation)

How much do eHealth and mHealth initiatives truly cost? It’s time we start working together to find out.

Picturing Our Work: Harnessing mLearning for Training Health Workers

In this age of rapidly emerging technologies, how can we improve the way we provide training to health workers?

Caktus Sponsoring and Speaking on Mobile Health at SwitchPoint 2013

SwitchPoint is a one-of-a-kind conference and a unique opportunity to learn, share ideas, and hear about global and mobile health efforts around the world.

ICTs in Maternal and Child Health Poised for Scale-Up in Uttar Pradesh, India

The health sector in India is rapidly harnessing the power of technologies to streamline and enhance the quality of its maternal and child health services.

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