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The initial target market is Ghana and other sub-Saharan African countries, however, the device will eventually be introduced in Haiti and Cambodia as well. If you would like to see all the slides, click "View All" on the top right corner. Page was last modified 12: Jump to: Tools and Ideas that Save Mothers and Newborns. Add to ImpactSpace. Twitter Sorry, that page does not exist.
Mobile Payments Financial Services: Testing of Hemafuse began in 2011 in Kumasi, Ghana and now is being tested in several in 3-5 tertiary hospitals. Retrieved from " http: Michigan Engineering. DIIME , Ashoka, Habitat for Humanity International, and the International Finance Corporation IFC —recognized the remarkable work of nearly 80 law students, who, as part of their clinical experience, have advised live clients in the conduct of more than 100 transaction matters around the globe.
Hemafuse is made from durable, reusable, and disposable materials that can be sterilized in between patients. Based on work by Appropedia user Skud , Appropedia user Evashiu. DIIME creates sustainable and long lasting partnerships with those most impacted by the technology the local community.
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TechArb Showcase. Photos by Elizabeth Kassab and Jenny Whalen. Design Innovations for Infants and Mothers Everywhere DIIME is a social venture dedicated to improving infant and maternal health disparities in the developing world through the design and implementation of appropriate high quality locally affordable sustainable health care technologies.
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