These are our partners
Over the years of development, piloting and roll-out of M-Jali, we have worked with a number of partners including corporate, non-governmental, government bodies, learning institutions and private companies. Each of them has made immense contribution to the growth of M-Jali either as a client, information user, implementation partner or funder.
The following organisations continue to walk with us as we work towards the bigger goal of achieving lasting health change through strengthening reporting at community level. Our network of more than 80,000 Community Health Workers continue to be reached with one intervention after another as a result of the partnerships, which are growing stronger by the day. If you would wish to partner with us, please reach out to us through the Contact page on this site and we will get back to you for a discussion regarding how we could partner.
County Governments of Kenya
Health care and service delivery in Kenya is a devolved function, placed directly under the supervision of county governments. Laikipia , Kiambu and Taita Taveta Counties have spearheaded the process of accelerating attainment of UHC by increasing enrolment to national health insurance using CHWs. The CHWs are using M-Jali to sign up community members on NHIF from the comfort of their households. Other counties like Bungoma, Makueni, Nairobi, Samburu and Kajiado have adopted M-Jali for community data management through a range of both county-financed and donor funded programmes.
A charity arm of Achmea Netherlands , the largest insurance company in the Netherlands, The Achmea Foundation initiates and supports projects that help to permanently improve the lives of people from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The Achmea Foundation collaborates with organizations that strive towards financial independence, like social entrepreneurs. The Foundation has provided financial support to Amref Health Africa to develop the technology, grow it to scale, and reach the level of a self-sustaining social enterprise by 2021.
National Hospital Insurance Fund
NHIF is a state parastatal established in 1966 as a department under the Ministry of Health in Kenya, with the NHIF Act No 9 of 1988 governing the Fund. Their core mandate is to provide medical insurance to cover all its members and their declared dependants. In a joint effort towards attainment of Universal Health Coverage (UHC), NHIF has partnered with Amref Health Africa to scale up registration and uptake of health insurance in the informal sector, involving Community Health Workers (CHWs) to register household members into NHIF from their homes using M-Jali
Takeda is a patient-focused, innovation-driven global pharmaceutical company that builds on a distinguished 236-year history, aspiring to bring better health and a brighter future for people worldwide. Takeda has partnered with M-Jali to scale up community level screening, tracing, identification of hypertension and diabetes cases, providing effective referral and access to affordable treatment. This has been achieved in partnershop with county facilities and other public health actors including the Pan African Heart Foundation>
AstraZeneca plc is an Anglo–Swedish multinational pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical company with a portfolio of products for major disease areas including cancer, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, infection, neuroscience, respiratory and inflammation. AstraZeneca, through Amref Health Africa, is supporting the Healthy Heart Africa (HHA) programme which promotes awareness, care and treatment for cardiovascular diseases. CHWs supported by the programme use M-Jali to screen and track blood pressure and diabetes patients, ensuring reduction of treatment default and ultimately the burden of high blood pressure.
TNO connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the competitive strength of industry and the well-being of society in a sustainable way. This is our mission and it is what drives us, the over 2,600 professionals at TNO, in our work every day. We work in collaboration with partners and focus on nine domains. TNO is an independent research organisation that believes in the joint creation of economic and social value. TNO is currently supporting M-Jali in building data privacy mechanisms, interoperability, analytics and a solid business model.