In rural communities health care providers tend to have insufficient means to manage information on patients and staff, and to report to government health agencies, which weakens the overall health system. Grameen Foundation works with low income segments households who are highly vulnerable to disease, debilitating emergencies, and significantly shortened life spans. We have created a technology system, MOTECH, which enables government agencies to strengthen maternal and infant health by giving frontline health workers and women better access to vital information and services.
In association with BBC Media Action – Using ‘Mobile Academy’, the Frontline Health Workers (FLWs) take a comprehensive, interactive IVR-based certification course designed to …
Treatment Advice by mobile alerts (TAMA) based MOTECH platform aimed to help HIV/AIDS patients cope with their disease better with the help of pill reminders, appointment reminders, heath information..
In association with CARE, this project in Bihar used CommCare and MOTECH, to enroll pregnant women, and children under one, and tracked along the continuum of care…
Mobile Kunji and Mobile Academy win a Global Mobile Award at the Mobile World Congress…
In association with World Health Partner (WHP) – Through a rural provider network, timely, quality access to tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment is provided to Bihar’s rural population…
India’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, in close collaboration with BBC Media Action and with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, […]
London: The GSMA today announced the winners of the 20th Global Mobile Awards, which were presented this afternoon at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in […]
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Keeping in mind the future business goals, PS team worked on revamping the HR policies with Village Financial Services based in Kolkata. Based on the findings, the transformation included a change in structure, review of policies, R&R, performance management system, incentive structure, recruitment and selection and training.
PS followed a multi-step change management and ‘Train the Trainers’ approach under which, the information about Oxigen and its introduction was disseminated to Sonata in a phased top-down approach, to ensure consistent messaging to drive buy-in at the execution level. Designed financial and non-financial reward programs for staff participating in the project.
With financial support from DFID UKAID under PSIG programme of SIDBI, UPMA engaged the team to conduct a two-day workshop on the importance of managing, deploying, and measuring human capital continuously to improve the bottom line.
Designed and initiated a year long Management Development Program to assist Margdarshak in this skill development process of its management staff. This program is partially funded by MetLife as well as Margdarshak. The program is based on the Hay Management Styles Model (Learn-Apply-Teach), and associated research on connections to leader motives, organizational climate, and business results. The experiential learning approach will allow the participants to extract and apply their learning in a 10-module series that will be spread over 12 month period; with assessment and feedback mechanisms built into the program to encourage accountability.