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November 15, 2021

Recently Published World Compendium of Healthcare Facilities and Nonprofit Organizations

Introducing World Compendium, the most comprehensive index of critical information on healthcare facilities and nonprofits in 72 low and lower-middle-income countries. Edited by Dr. Ebby Elahi and published by Taylor & Francis, the compendium allows stakeholders to better identify where healthcare services are available and where additional resources are needed.
November 10, 2021

VF donates 20,000 doses of antibiotics to Ghana

Antibiotics are a valuable tool against serious infections, including pneumonia. Virtue Foundation has donated 20,000 doses of IV amoxicillin/clavulanic acid (known as taromentin in Austria and augmentin in the U.S.) to the Wa Regional Hospital in the Upper West Region of Ghana.
October 25, 2021

Redefining Philanthropy: Virtue Foundation, Horasis and the UN

The aims and methods of philanthropy have changed considerably over the years, and tech has played a huge role in that transformation. At the October 2020 Horasis Extraordinary Meeting, Virtue Foundation co-founder Dr. Joan LaRovere told how VF’s AI-driven Data Mapping Initiative can serve as an example to other nonprofits as they seek to match resources and need. Horasis, convened with the UN, is the world's foremost gathering of business leaders who interact with key government officials and eminent thought leaders.
May 15, 2021

Virtue Foundation at the DataRobot AI Conference

Virtue Foundation’s groundbreaking Data Mapping Initiative is a first-of-its-kind mapping-and- matching global health platform—and it wouldn’t have been possible without the help of AI tech company DataRobot and its AI for Good program. VF co-founder Dr. Joan LaRovere spoke at DataRobot’s AI Experience World virtual Conference in May 2021.
April 15, 2021

Solving a maternal health transportation crisis: motorcycle ambulances

In rural Ghana, expectant mothers have had a big obstacle to a safe delivery: Lack of transportation to a healthcare facility. But Virtue Foundation has partnered with Moving Health, a nonprofit launched by MIT students, to solve that problem. Together they are producing inexpensive, sustainable transportation in the form of a trailer that can be attached to the back of any motorcycle.
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