PRISMS Wins at MTN Innovation Awards 2017Mukama Martin
Protecting Infants Remotely by SMS (PRISMS) is one the projects currently incubated under the Co-Creation Lab (CCL) at the Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies in Uganda (CAMTech Uganda). On Wednesday 8 November, the team was selected with four others under the category of health at the MTN Innovation Awards 2017 that were held at the Kampala Serena Hotel. At the awards gala, the team was announced and awarded the Best Health App Award 2017.
Today, 13 November 2017, the team celebrated with colleagues in its premises where it hails. The colleagues threw a toast a form of congratulating the team members upon winning this award at national level.
PRISMS continues to empower frontline health workers like midwives, nurses, birth attendants etc that manage sick newborn especially in rural health facilities. The app has been optimized to provide feedback in only 7 seconds. To find-out more about PRISMS, Click here.