Updated Mar 24, 2021
Health Systems, Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Medical Devices and 4 MoreSEE ALL
Health Systems, Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Medical Devices, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Infectious & Vector Diseases, Non-communicable Diseases and Primary CareSEE LESS
Haiti and Malawi
Haiti and MalawiSEE LESS
Working in silos is very common in places like Haiti due to the everyday struggles that keep staff busy all day long. Frequently, both the general population and healthcare providers do not know how to quickly locate services for themselves or patients. In addition, valuable staff time is spent every single day, trying to refer more critical patients to the help they need. reLink Global Health was designed to address these problems and connect people to the healthcare resources they need. Whether it's a clinical need or a supply chain need of a facility, the reLink Global Health database allows you to search for what you need in your area, with key contact information at your fingertips.
The reLink Global Health tool was nimbly designed and is easy to use for both in country data collection and the end user. Our goal was to connect anyone looking for healthcare services in the target region in 3 clicks or within 3 seconds. The site is available in English, French, and Creole and simple and quick to use to locate healthcare resources ranging from diagnostic imaging, specialty services, and special needs services. The site can be utilized on mobile phones as well as desk top application.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||150,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Malawi|
|Recruit||2 management/ directors, 3 staff, 3 advisors, 15 volunteers|
|New Feature||Ability to download and display detailed capacity data for healthcare facilities in a given region|
We are very fortunate to have a small but mighty and committed team. Our software development team is led by a female Asian American woman, Jung Shan Lee with a passion for global health and excellence in her work. We could not do what we do without her leadership. Our Haitian team is led by Marie-Claire Charles who received her MBA in the US and has returned to help strengthen healthcare in Haiti. We also value the expertise and guidance from our chairman Ray Dalton. His years of experience and strategic thinking are vital for our impact.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN