From seed to scale: we help your growing enterprise soar

Mercy Owuor is the community programs director of
Lwala Community Alliance, a 2016 alum of Healthymagination Mother and Child Program, an accelerator initiative of GE Healthcare and Miller Center. Lwala tackles the multi-dimensional drivers of poor health, including unplanned pregnancies, mother-to-child transmission of HIV, poor prenatal care, unskilled deliveries, poor clinical practices, lack of emergency transport, and delayed treatment of childhood illnesses. Women in Global Health (WGH) honored Mercy at the United Nations World Health Organization’s 2017 World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva Switzerland alongside 12 other women at the “Heroines of Health” gala where they unveiled the moving Mother + Child Program Documentary.

Miller Center, in partnership with GE Healthymagination, offers an impact-generating opportunity for your growing enterprise. Connect with insightful Silicon Valley executive mentors and learn from the best. Develop a better business model and increase your impact. Through structured online curriculum, you energize, scale up, and move forward with confidence. Programs are cost-free for up to 20 participants.

About you: You are a leader of an existing for-profit, nonprofit, or hybrid enterprise, in operation for two or more years in sub-Saharan Africa. You're ready to build capacity and unleash your potential.

To apply, you must provide these services:

  • You deliver health services directly to mothers and children from pregnancy to pediatric care;
  • OR, you provide supportive infrastructure, including water, energy, improved health services to mothers and children;
  • OR, you distribute, train, use, or maintain medical equipment; develop products or technologies that improve knowledge and access to care, including telemedicine, mobile technologies, data analysis, or image interpretation; or provide infrastructure services or facilities to mothers and children. 
So much gratitude to the GSBI team for including us in this program. In looking back, there are many things we have in place now that I can’t believe we functioned without for so long. We’ll be benefitting from the things we learned for years to come!
— Natalie Angell-Besseling, Founder & Executive Director, Shanti Uganda
 
 
 
 

Apply now! Applications are due May 5, 2017. 

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