Welcome to Amakomaya, your dedicated partner in IT solutions for healthcare. We specialize in developing information management systems tailored to various healthcare needs, including maternal and child health, counseling systems, and a comprehensive management and tracking system. Our commitment lies in leveraging technology to contribute significantly to public health efforts, ensuring efficient information handling and tracking during the ongoing pandemic. As a DHIS2 customizing and training center, we bring expertise to standardize MNCH datasets, profile Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), and implement IT audit systems. Join us on the journey of advancing healthcare technology and interoperability for a healthier future.
Our medical expertise and comprehensive care extend well beyond maternity services. They include a diverse range of solutions and services aimed at addressing various aspects of healthcare delivery. Whether it’s optimizing data management, ensuring the interoperability of healthcare resources, or implementing robust audit systems, we are here to support the broader spectrum of medical needs.
News & Stories
Binod Poudel, from the Nepalese village of Dandagaun, recently decided to spend NRs 6,000 (US $60) – a very high sum for local standards – to buy an android mobile phone. His main goal: offer his pregnant wife the opportunity to access the “Amakomaya” website.
Dhamanaya Sherpuja from Histan VDC, Myagdi, she is expecting her first baby says, Thank you! For the audio and videos clips about safe motherhood on ..
Anu Gurung, 16 years old from Thulogau, Rasuwa, excited and requested to delete all the collected popular folk songs and music videos from her micro SD card of cell phone.
2015 April 25, Nepal Earthquake also known as a Gorkha Earthquake of 7.3 magnitude made a huge effect in most of the part of the country. Killed more than 8000, people, more than 16000 people are injured, and thousands of people were made homeless with entire village flattened, across many district of the country. Katmandu Durbar Square, centuries-old buildings were destroy....
In the quest providing a new source of information to rural pregnant women, Amakomaya program was launched in Bacheuli Village Development Committee (VDC) in Chitwan District on 21st June 2014. The program was held in Jhuwani Community Library amidst VDC chief, health workers, Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHV), pregnant women, library staffs and local residents.
Media Buzz and Coverage
5 ways people bridge divides and build their #IRLDreamEven in the Internet-positive circles we move in, some still dismiss the real life impact of things (especially conversation!) that happen onlinePeople can be quick to pass around this webcomic, which implies that time spent in online communities is trivial.
10 Great Ways the Internet Is Empowering Women Around the WorldThis year, International Women’s Day will focus on the empowerment of women, highlighting the Beijing Declaration and….
1 World ConnectedAmakomaya is a web and mobile application to help women in Nepal address the challenges of prenatal care, pregnancy, and maternal mortality. A team of local engineers and healthcare professionals developed Amakomaya after being awarded a US$ 4,000 grant from the Internet Society (ISOC) in 2011.
Bridging Nepal’s Urban-Rural Divide in Maternal HealthcareNepal’s reduction in maternal mortality is one of the major success stories hailing from the World Health Organizations’ Millennium Development Goals. In 1990, Nepal suffered 790 maternal mortalities per 100,000 live births. By 2013, that number dropped an astonishing 76% to190
Android apps for protecting Pregnant mother and infant babiesThrough the use of the Internet, pregnant women can register on demand. Through the use of a username and password, pregnant women can securely obtain information about pregnancy through audio, text and video content.
Women in Nepal receive prenatal care via mobile appIn Nepal, it is difficult for expecting mothers to regularly visit their doctors for prenatal health check-ups. They often have to travel a long way on foot to the nearest health clinic, sometimes across very rough terrain. These conditions also make it difficult for local health workers to keep track of patients.Many Nepali women are unaware of the need for regular checkups, or of the……
FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHTIt was the first pregnancy for 28-year-old Asha (name changed), and her husband sounded worried. Her amniotic fluid was leaking. With urgency, the midwife asked them to visit the nearest health facility. There was no transportation at night near their home in the Chitwan district, and the two decided to wait until..
Amakomaya [Mother’s Love]: mHealth project (Nepal, 2011 onwards)Amakomaya, translated as Mother’s Love in Nepali, was initiated by a dedicated team of local ICT experts and health professionals when they received a USD4,000 grant from the Internet Society in 2011.
Mobile Health Applications’ Impact on Improving Health and Generation of Health Promoting Information for the End User in Rural AreasThe application of mobile health (mHealth) solutions has brought promising solutions in
Research ClusterResearch is search for new knowledge which is very use full for development of developing country like India, due to social, economic, cultural conditions in India cluster play a very important role in the field of research and development. Research it involves the collection, organization, and analysis of information to increase……
The Global South eHealth ObservatoryAt the time of writing, 95% of the world’s population is covered by a mobile network used by more than seven billion accounts. The internet penetration rate has grown from 6% in 2000 to 43% in 2015, getting 3.2 billion people online. In a context where access to healthcare remains a ..
Our Coverage Area
Amakomaya is a digital tracking tool that promotes maternal health and safe child birth. Any women who are pregnant or are plann…
Vial to Child
Vial to child is an electronic system developed by Amakomaya for vaccine recording and manangement
Amakomaya Care is an application used by FCHVs and health worker of health post to keep detail record of pregnant mother.
IMU (Information Management Unit) is designed to provide right information to right person in right time.
Major Awards & Acheivments
Achievement: Sustainable Development Through income Generation & Gender Empowerment
Description: Pakistan 1st international ICT 4D Conference
Achievement: ISOC e-Learning program and awarded ISOC community grant US$ 4000.
With the aid of US$ 4000 Amakomaya Prepared Audio, Video and content for Myagdi and kaski health post (7 H.P)
Achievement: From APNIC / ISIF Asia aids 25000$
Provide android mobile phones to FCHVs in Makwanpur district, 5 H.P
Achievement: Women in Nepal receive prenatal care via mobile app (Amakomaya).
Description:For creating a mobile platform that takes pregnant women from rural Nepal through pregnancy related information
Achievement Title : Towards an integration of E HEALTH in the public health system.
Description : Amakomaya apps covers all areas of health: maternal-child health, chronic diseases, drugs distribution…
Achievement: Track Covid patient and CICT
Description: Developed System For health facility hospital/Clinic, During Covid Time.
Link: https: imucovid19.mohp.gov.np/login
Achievement: 65% of vaccinated people are verified.
Description: Mainly who goes to abroad for Foreign Employment they need Verification paper to work.