To gain deeper insight into Community health volunteers’ work In Kenya, and how to best support them with digital learning and health solutions, Health[e]Foundation travelled to the rural community of Isibania. Here, we meet Catherine, a seasoned CHV who provides specialized care to pregnant women and children under the age of five in her community.
The Ethiopian Midwives Association (EMwA) and Health[e]Foundation continue their successful collaboration on blended learning programs to strengthen the Ethiopian health system. Recently, we commenced two new tailor-made-training programs with Nuffic, funded by the Netherlands’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Orange Knowledge ProgrammeThe Orange Knowledge Programme is a Dutch global development programme managed by Nuffic, a Dutch […]
Health[e]Foundation and Nuru Ethiopia are working together to use digital solutions to improve healthcare access for mothers and children in Ethiopia. The project, supported by the Fund for Innovation in Development (FID), will use an e-learning module and the LUCY app to enhance the knowledge of community-based Health Extension Workers (HEWs) and (pregnant) women on […]
This summer we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Health[e]Foundation. What started two decades ago as a journey travelling with computer terminals on the back of a truck to healthcare workers in internet-deprived places, aiming to provide blended e-learning on HIV/AIDS care and management, is 20 years later an specialized organization with experts offering digital education […]
Since 2015, Health[e]Foundation collaborated with the Ethiopian Midwives Association (EMwA) in multiple programs on capacitating midwives and midwifery students in order to strengthen healthcare systems and communities in Ethiopia. But how are these programs sustained after the program duration has ended? Our programs develop and deliver digital health education in the form of blended-learning (workshops […]
30 June 2021 marked the date of the launch of the Drug Decriminalisation[e]Course. In collaboration with the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC), Mainline Foundation, and Frontline AIDS the course was developed to move the world towards decriminalisation and away from the war on drugs. 2022 was another year in which the Drug Decriminalisation[e]Course positively impacted […]
Monday 21 November 2022, we kicked-off our collaboration with the PAVIA consortium (Pharmacovigilance Africa). For the next three months, we will work together on the transition of two PAVIA e-courses to an open-source e-learning platform. PAVIA is a consortium funded by the European Developing countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) that aims to strengthen pharmacovigilance (PV) […]
Find out how not-for-profit, Health[e]Foundation use Moodle LMS to deliver health education and digital learning services in vulnerable African communities. A conversation with Daphne Elberse, Project Manager at Health[e]Foundation and Abby Fry, Head of Marketing & Communications at Moodle.
Health[e]Foundation’s East Africa hub has been launched! Last week, our Senior Project Manager Daphne Elberse travelled to Kampala for the launch of the hub. We are pleased to announce that the hub will be led by Henry Tumwijukye as the Regional Representative, and it will be serving the East Africa region. Over the years, Health[e]Foundation […]
Last week, Health[e]Foundation travelled to Barcelona to attend the MoodleMoot Global 2022. This 3-day conference brought together 835 Moodlers (i.e. people with a specific interest in Moodle as open source digital learning platform) from 60 countries around the world to learn from each other, explore, and share best practices for the future of education. Health[e]Foundation’s […]
The first of October, the Pandemic[e]Response program came to an end. One of the trainees, Teshome Kibret, explains the benefits of completing the e-learning course and how it made him grow in his personal life.
This course officially launched on 30 June 2021 with 516 learners from 86 countries and counting