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ayzh, Inc. commits to invest $150,000 in developing a “Healthy Newborn Kit” to provide innovative, affordable, and accessible new technology for women giving birth and to strengthen workforce capacity through mobile phone-based educational messages targeting healthcare workers.

2016

ayzh, Inc. commits to invest $150,000 in developing a “Healthy Newborn Kit” to provide innovative, affordable, and accessible new technology for women giving birth and to strengthen workforce capacity through mobile phone-based educational messages targeting healthcare workers. Building on the commercial success of the $2 Clean Birth Kit, ayzh, Inc. are collaborating with key partners: CamTech and IDEO, to develop a prototype of the newborn kit by December 2017 that meets user needs and real-world constraints while adhering to norms and standards for respectful and culturally appropriate maternal and newborn care.

ayzh, Inc.’s initiative focuses on impacting several objectives of the Every Newborn Action Plan, such as strengthening and investing in care around time of birth, improving quality of care, reaching every newborn, and harnessing parent and community care. azyh, Inc. are in the process of piloting 1,000 kits in the market, which will be evaluated to develop a final prototype ready for commercial launch.

2014- Every Newborn Action Plan 

ayzh Inc. commits to developing a “newborn kit” to provide innovative, affordable, and accessible new technology for women giving birth and to strengthen workforce capacity through mobile phone-based educational messages targeting healthcare workers. Building on the commercial success of the USD $2 Clean Birth Kit, over the course of the next 36 months, ayzh and its partners will build on existing concepts to develop a prototype that meets user needs and real-world constraints while adhering to norms and standards for respectful and culturally appropriate maternal and newborn care. ayzh Inc.’s initiative focuses on impacting several objectives of the Every Newborn Action Plan, such as strengthening and investing in care around time of birth, improving quality of care, reaching every newborn, and harnessing parent and community care. They aim to pilot 1,000 kits in the market, which will be evaluated to develop a final prototype ready for commercial launch.