Equalize Health (formerly known as D-Rev) is a not-for-profit medical technology company that designs affordable, world-class medical products for the biggest gaps in health care that work in even the toughest circumstances.
Health, Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Medical Devices
Health, Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Medical DevicesSEE LESS
In collaboration with Search for Common Ground, IPA will conduct an RCT that convenes inter-dialogues with farmers and herders to test whether contact can reduce conflict even when the underlying conflict is economic in nature.
Surging demand for Himalayan nettle fabric needs fibre extracts that can only be collected manually and processed in village level industry and the innovation has the potential at scale to create wealth in many village economies in fragile mountain areas; the collection process also leads to better regeneration of the resource thus contributing to climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Keheala’s demonstrated digital intervention addresses underlying drivers of medical adherence rates -- stigma, access to information, motivation and support – with powerful strategies from behavioral economics and accessible feature phones.
Behavioural Development, Human Centered Design, Social Services and 9 moreSEE ALL
Behavioural Development, Human Centered Design, Social Services, Digital Development, HIV/AIDS, Health, Infectious & Vector Diseases, Monitoring & Evaluation, Non-communicable Diseases, Prevention & Vaccination, Social and Behavior Change, TechnologySEE LESS
Since 2004, 1001fontaines has been a leading pioneer of the water kiosk model, a solution able durably to provide a unique combination of three characteristics: (i) water quality at WHO standards; (ii) affordability thanks to a decentralized approach reducing the costs; and (iii) sustainability through a market-based model supported by franchise.
Entrepreneurship, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Education and 3 moreSEE ALL
Entrepreneurship, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Education, Environment, Health, Public-Private PartnershipsSEE LESS