Digital health for reproductive maternal and new-born child health services in sub-Saharan Africa

This session will discuss digital health innovations that have been tested to support access to reproductive maternal and new-born child health. It will address the special role of government policy in sustainability, the importance of civil society advocacy in obtaining Universal Health Coverage and the SDGs. The session will discuss infrastructure, interoperability, accessibility and data science, and their role in developing evidence-based policy and a supportive social protection framework. Session is open to all with specific focus on Zambia, Cameroon sharing experiences in implementing digital health innovations in Cameroon and Zambia based on lessons learned on data availability, accessibility, and infrastructure.

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