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The Impact Health Project.

Improving Maternal Health Outcomes


In Sub-Saharan Africa, a woman has a 1 -in -16 chance of dying during pregnancy or childbirth. Nigeria accounts for about 20% of global maternal deaths, with a maternal mortality ratio of 800 deaths per 100,000 live births; among the highest in the world.

The above witnessed rates are caused by factors such as delay in access to skilled health worker and service by the pregnant woman, cost implications of health services, as well as delay in access to the health service centres, which discourages health seeking behaviour of these women, thereby reducing their chances of getting tested or treated from diseases. These factors rest on certain root causes, one of which is inadequacy of accurate data to form an evidence base that informs health care intervention, policy decision-making, and service delivery management.

Considering the role that women play socially, and economically in building stronger communities and families, particularly in nutrition and education of children, it therefore becomes essential to ensure that these challenges are tackled with all possible strength in order to secure the health and productivity of women before, during, and after pregnancy.

Health Project

Our Goal

The aim of the impact health project is to improve reproductive, maternal, neonatal, and child health (RMNCH) service provision in tertiary, secondary and primary health institutions, local communities and reduce maternal mortality and morbidity using mobile health (m-Health) technology.

This involves deploying technology tools using mobile phones, capacity building of health workers and maternal health awareness.

Road to Success

The Impact Health project as an intervention of HACEY Health Initiative, supported by Intellectual Property and Research Development (IPRD) solutions and Argusoft aims to reduce maternal mortality by improving the quality of maternal health services in primary health centers (PHCs), improving health data collection and management system towards providing accurate evidence to inform policy formation and improving quality of service.

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Activities So Far


The goal of the Family health campaign is to collect health related data for the state, using digital technology, to inform decision-making regarding maternal and child health improvement.


Our Progress So Far

350 health workers trained on leveraging mobile devices to deliver maternal health service and reduce maternal and child morbidity.

95 Primary Health Care facilities across 17 LGAs in Oyo state have been supported with mobile devices to optimize maternal health record collection and service delivery.

Strong partnership with key stakeholders in Oyo state.

Key Opportunities

Integration: We will leverage the platform and tools to integrate family planning, malaria and HIV and maternal health interventions thereby helping the states to accelerate the impact of their health response.

Expansion: We will be expanding to other ministries of health across the 6 geo-political zones in Nigeria.


There is a huge potential for our outcomes to address underlying challenges associated with improving the quality of health services.


The scale up is expected to achieve a national coverage of 90% in 5 years.

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