Ratanaprayul, Natschja

School of Public Health

MS

Kenya

Kenya - Strengthening Government Inventories of Digital Innovation in Kenya

The Johns Hopkins Global mHealth Initiative, WHO and partners have just launched (12/2017) the Digital Health Atlas (http://digitalhealthatlas.org/landing). This tool is designed to strengthen the value and impact of digital health investments, improve coordination, and facilitate institutionalization and scale. Using a JHU-led process of describing and classifying projects, the WHO has created this tool to enable Ministries to catalog the diversity of digital innovation ongoing in their countries, to prevent duplication and re-investment in similar products. 

Global Health PI/Mentor: Alain Labrique 

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