21 November 2016

Infosys

“I commend Infosys on stepping up their commitment to women and children’s health by applying their unique strengths to help solve one of India’s biggest health challenges.”– Kathy Calvin, CEO, UN Foundation


Infosys, a global leader in consulting and technology, has committed to work with the MDG Health Alliance, the United Nations Foundation, and the Clinton Health Access Initiative as an Innovation Partner for the India Public-Private Partnership to End Child Diarrheal Deaths, in support of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Every Woman Every Child movement.

Under this program Infosys Labs, the research and innovation arm of Infosys, will institute an Innovation Co-creation Lab to explore ways that technology can be used to solve critical maternal and child health challenges. The Innovation Co-creation Lab will facilitate the convergence of the initiative’s task force members onto a common platform and drive joint innovation to develop affordable healthcare solutions.

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