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Airtel Nigeria partners Grameen for prenatal service

Friday 26 September 2014 | 09:02 CET | News
Airtel Nigeria has partnered with the Grameen Foundation and VAS2nets Technologies to unveil the mobile health services Mobile Midwife and Dial-a-Doctor. Mobile Midwife is designed to provide vital healthcare and nutrition information. The Dial-A-Doctor service provides real-time help to pregnant women, nursing mothers and mothers with children under five years of age. The Mobile Midwife is aimed at improving antenatal behaviour of pregnant women and access to validated health and nutrition information. The Dial-a-Doctor service offers subscribers a first-hand opportunity to speak to a

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airtel Nigeria / GSMA-India
Countries: Nigeria
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