Four inspiring innovations which help reduce child deaths in developing countries share $1 million prize from GSK and Save the Children

GSK Logo 2014The Healthcare Innovation Award is a major initiative within  a five-year partnership to help save one million child lives. GSK and Save the Children today revealed the winners of their third annual US$1 million Healthcare Innovation Award, which recognizes innovations from developing countries that are helping to reduce deaths among children under five. A paperless immunization records system in Vietnam won the largest share of the award, followed by a foil pouch for accurately giving HIV medicines to newborns in Ecuador; an integrated care package for mothers and newborns in Kenya; and a tool for better understanding child deaths in South Africa.

http://www.gsk.com/en-gb/media/press-releases/2016/four-inspiring-innovations-which-help-reduce-child-deaths-in-developing-countries-share-1-million-prize-from-gsk-and-save-the-children/

2018-02-07T06:13:40+00:00