Women Deliver is pleased to announce the 10 apps that will featured during the Appy Hour at the Women Deliver 2016 Conference. These 10 apps are changing the face of global health and are making tremendous change for girls and women around the world.
The Appy Hour will be a reception style event on the evening of 17 May. To see a full list of the apps that will be featured please see the list below.
- The Safe Delivery App
Developed by The Maternity Foundation
*Co-developed by University of Copenhagen and University of Southern Denmark
The Safe Delivery App aims to improve the quality of emergency obstetric and neonatal care and hereby strengthen health care workers skills and quality of care primarily in developing countries.
Developed by Her Health Uganda
BVKit is a self test application for women made of hardware and software to help test for presence of Bacterial vaginosis a condition cause by having a lot of unhealthy bacteria in the vagina and doesn’t show any signs and symptoms. Bacterial Vaginosis if not treated leads to miscarriages during pregnancy, Pelvic Inflammatory disease and makes its patients susceptible to HIV and Human PapilomaVirus that causes cervical cancer.
Developed by MobileODT
CervDx enables healthcare professionals to conduct cervical cancer screenings by adding and managing patient information, capturing and annotating images, and recording treatment decisions.
Developed by Cycle Technologies
Dot Period & Fertility Tracker identifies a woman’s conception risks each day, enabling her to prevent or plan pregnancy.
Developed by Jhpiego
ePartogram is a clinical decision-support tool designed to improve labor management practices in low-resource settings.
Developed by Fundación Capital
The LISTA tablet-based app provides female, rural CCT recipients in Latin America access useful information and home-based training
- Love Matters
Developed by RNW Media
Love Matters is an online platforms in five languages delivering accessible SRHR information to young people in countries where it is taboo or censored.
Developed by Girls & Football SA
mGirls provides 70,000 girls with free, daily access to health care information.
Developed by IntraHealth International
mHero is a platform that builds on existing health information and SMS systems to facilitate communication between health workers and Ministries of Health.
- TTC App
Developed by World Vision International
TTC App is used by CHWs conducting TTC home visits to communicate and track health practices for maternal newborn and child health at the household level.