Mobile beds with LED lights help treat babies with jaundice in Nigeria.
Now a startup from London is providing medical support for pregnant women in the country so that even more newborns can enjoy a good start to life.
An artificial intelligence sends text and voice messages through an app, with information tailored to symptoms and advance of pregnancy.
Future mothers can thus find advice in their local language around the clock, even if they cannot read.
In addition, certified midwives offer personal assistance through a hotline. The neonatal morbidity risk is 22 times lower as a result.
Low-cost, remote consultations are already available for Black and indigenous women with breast cancer or for general healthcare in South Africa.