Meet the winners of USAID's Inclusive Health Access Prize!
The judging panel selected five winners from Cameroon, India, Nigeria, and Senegal that have developed solutions to optimize health systems so that people receive the health care they need in ways they trust without having to pay too much or travel too far. Each of these solutions has the potential to be adapted, replicated, or scaled to other countries or local contexts to meet priority health care needs.
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        Piramal Swasthya Management and Research InstituteUPDATED OCT 2019

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        Health, Public-Private Partnerships, Technology
        Health, Public-Private Partnerships, TechnologySEE LESS
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        India

        mDoc HealthcareUPDATED SEP 2019

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        Health
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        INFIUSSUPDATED SEP 2019

        Infiuss is an Emergency supply chain platform connecting hospitals to increase accessibility to blood.
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        Health
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        Cameroon
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        GIC SpaceUPDATED AUG 2019

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        Health
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        Cameroon
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        JokkoSantéUPDATED JUN 2019

        JokkoSanté is a Health-focused digital payments platform. We give to all stakeholders an unique tool to manage drugs traceability, online prescriptions, third-party targeted payments, billing, awareness SMS messages broadcast, etc.
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        Health, Humanitarian Assistance, Social & Micro Finance and 6 moreSEE ALL
        Health, Humanitarian Assistance, Social & Micro Finance, Social Services, Digital Finance, Digital Inclusion & Connectivity, Public-Private Partnerships, Resilience, Social and Behavior ChangeSEE LESS
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        Senegal
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