Designing Health Innovation Programs in Low-and Middle-Income Countries

Created by Ophelie Namiech, Lotte Bengal-Bauwens, Galit Cohen, and Hannah Friedland Mindset-PCS
Document / Presentation88 p.English2021

This study provides an analysis of global health needs and priorities, and identify opportunities for innovation and technology in low-income countries (LICs) and middle-income countries (MICs), with a particular focus on Ethiopia and South Africa.

Tags: Health & Digital Health, Innovation, International Development, Start Ups, SDGs, Israel Start Ups, Emerging Markets

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