project provided pregnant women and young mothers with access to a mobile health wallet and digital vouchers for subsidized care. Its initial success attracted additional partners interested in leveraging mTOMADY to address structural health financing challenges and advance universal health coverage.
Fianakaviana Sambatra (FISA)
or “happy family” was the first Malagasy organization to implement the concept of family planning in Madagascar.
is a five-year program funded by USAID and led by Management Sciences for Health (MSH). ACCESS supports the Ministry of Public Health in its effort to improve health service quality, to strengthen the health system and to foster behavior change.
is a non-profit organization that was created at October 2015 to change girls’ lives by providing scholarships, which allow them to pursue study in secondary school as well as to support women’s sustainable artisan weaving collectives based in Ranomafana.