Powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon platform, a program in Lombok, Indonesia is helping frontline health workers switch from paper-based health registers to a digital system. One hope is that the effort will reduce maternal and child morbidity.
In the Limpopo Province of South Africa, Enel Green Power, together with the NGO Mothers2Mothers, has involved 13,785 HIV-positive women in a training and prevention programme. The aim is to reduce the transmission of the virus to children and to provide women with the tools they need to lead a healthy and productive life.
To prevent infant mortality through proper care and nutrition in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, Qualcomm Wireless Reach developed remote ultrasound devices that doctors use during house calls in rural villages. As this video explains, they upload the sonograms to mobile phones and transmit them to specialists for second opinions.
Telecom giant Ooredoo launched mobile health clinics in Myanmar. Watch this short video to learn how the company helps bring healthcare to people in need in the country's rural areas.
Qualcomm Wireless Reach and Project RAY are collaborating with Israel’s Central Library for the Blind, Visually Impaired and Handicapped to build a system that enables people with visual impairments to use RAY devices to easily download and read audio-books, magazines, newspapers and other audio assets from the library. Learn more in this case study.