The global south ehealth observatory awarded creative ehealth initiatives that was dedicated to improve the access of health in disadvantaged communities in a conference held in France.
keeping the records of the vial by taking picture in Vial To Child app.
An FCHV displaying the contents to pregnant woman.
Team Leader ( Rajendra Prasad Poudel) introducing the concept of amakomaya to local people in Tolka.
Pregnant Woman in the community watching the contents from amakomaya .
Team Leader Mr Rajendra Prasad Poudel introducing the concept of Amakomaya to LDO, DHO
Team Leader Rajendra Prasad Poudel introducing Android app to local pregnant woman in Hadikhola municipality.
People attending amakomaya launch program in Tistung.
Mugu is one of the undeveloped rural area of far western region. Road, electricity, internet connection and mobile networks are still problems to solve in the area.
Amakomaya recognized by ODESS for their ehealth initiative for the pregnant women in rural areas.
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