Yes, there is one Rural Digital Health Initiative of reach52 which is seeking applications from community-based organizations, such as NGOs, socially-minded private sector firms, and civil society organisations to partner together to implement reach52’s health services in new rural communities. The Projects implemented in any lower-middle or low-income countries (+Indonesia) will fall under the eligibility criteria of this program.
By partnering with them, you can use their award-winning health tech and services to support the delivery of your impact goals, connecting underserved populations to primary care healthcare services and access to affordable health products.
The partnership model is flexible and can work in different ways to achieve the shared goals:
- Referrals: Simply helping each other with on-the-ground stakeholder introductions and conversations in unfamiliar countries to support growth.
- Recruitment: Sourcing and recruiting members of local communities to serve as ‘Area Managers’ for reach52 to connect populations to access healthcare services.
- Hub Management: Directly implementing reach52’s solutions in the community, managing the end-to-end process of setting up the service, as well as managing a field force to facilitate a marketplace of affordable health products and services provided by the partners.
- Ecosystem building: Sourcing products and services from the private sector and other relevant partners for availability to rural populations.
The deadline to submit applications for this program is 26-Mar-2021.
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