How does this organization contribute to our joint mission to accelerate the digital transformation as a means to achieve UHC in LMICs by 2030?
Madiro invests in transformational technology and innovation to improve access to quality healthcare in remote and rural areas in sub-Saharan Africa. We partner with impactful organizations and social enterprises, emphasizing open innovation, evidence-based validation, and real-world scalability. Central to our strategy is addressing challenges like off-grid infrastructure, connectivity, and data exchange. Through community-driven approaches, we engage with implementers to identify shared needs and collaboratively develop reusable open-source solutions and collaborative practices. This contributes to cost-efficient deployments and maintenance, but also fosters better interoperability, capacity building, and sustainable digital health adoption.
What does this organization bring to the DCCC network?
Madiro will bring expertise in piloting and scaling of open-source EMR solutions with a focus on community-driven development, shared practices, and interoperability. Madiro would also join the coalition as an investor seeking opportunities to co-invest with other members. For technology partners, Madiro has experience with and existing relationships with health care centres in Eastern and Southern Africa to facilitate piloting. Lastly, Madiro has in-house expertise on monitoring and evaluation and evidence generation around innovations in global health that we can bring to the DCCC network.