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The Cardio-Pad is a medical tablet that allows any medical professional to conduct heart examinations quickly and without expensive equipment.
Kamata, meaning ‘to seize’ is a prevention system that alerts regional utility centres when power is being tampered with or manipulated.
Standard Microgrid is a self-contained, community-managed renewable power grid that can be deployed anywhere at a standard cost.
Totohealth, meaning baby health, guides parents through pregnancy and childhood by sending vital maternal and child health information via text message.
The Drylobag is a heavy-duty plastic bag designed to dry and store grain, without the need for expensive silo infrastructures.
In Burkina Faso, half the population live below the poverty line. FasoPro makes nutritional products from ‘chitoumou’ caterpillars, which feed on the Shea tree.
Illuminum Greenhouses use solar panel and sensor technology to create a controlled environment for growing crops.
The Mechanical Cassava Harvester is an affordable tractor-mounted mechanical tool which turns up the soil to expose the root vegetable without damaging it.
Okoa, which means to save, is a web-based monitoring software designed to combat the theft of medical supplies across the Tanzanian hospital network.
Tryctor is a three-wheeled mini-tractor based on a motorbike. Using low-cost local components, it is easy to maintain, efficient and simple to operate.
UjuziKilimo, meaning knowledge farming, measures soil characteristics to help farmers understand and quantify soil qualities.