Expanding a Pediatric Hospital’s Reach


Nairobi's leading pediatric hospital Gertrude’s Garden sought to increase its reach and asked GlobalHealth Lab to devise a creative growth plan for its satellite clinics for underserved children. Read more

Strategy & Business Models · Kenya

Taking on Obstacles at the Frontier of Service Delivery


Mass Development Association of Dar es Salaam (MAdeA) helped victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through prevention, education, microloan, and training programs. Read more

Management · Tanzania

Deploying Technology to Promote Health Commodities


Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) is an association of business people that invests in the working poor through microfinance loans to entrepreneurs, investment in start-up businesses, a service that links small-scale producers with markets, and an advising network. Read more

Technology Adoption · Tanzania

Reaching New Patient Segments with Urban Clinics


Meridian Medical Centres offered middle-income patients modern, fully equipped medical facilities. Read more

Marketing & Patient Demand · Kenya

Innovating Income Strategies for Long-Term Patients


Through an innovative collaboration, the Sustainable Household Income Project (SHIP) drew on Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Harvard University, among others, to provide support to low-income patients affiliated with the Family Treatment Fund and Immune Suppression Syndrome Clinic in the rural environs of Mbarara, Uganda. SHIP aimed to help patients adhere to treatment and stay healthy by providing practical training in small business entrepreneurship and startup materials to launch household businesses. Read more

Strategy & Business Models · Uganda

Developing a Business Model to Scale Up Surgical Services


New-York-based nonprofit Surgeons OverSeas (SOS) aimed to strengthen its collaboration with Sierra Leone’s main referral hospital, Connaught Hospital, by developing a surgical residency program and providing surgical assistance and support. Read more

Strategy & Business Models · Sierra Leone

Financial Management for Field Research


Uganda Research Initiative (URI) was the primary financial, grants, contracts, and human resources management agent for the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)/Harvard University Mbarara University of Science and Technology Research Collaboration in Uganda. Read more

Operations · Uganda

Financial Sustainability for an HIV Program in Tanzania


Support for International Change (SIC) aimed to limit the impact of HIV/AIDS in underserved communities and to train future leaders in global health and development. Read more

Strategy & Business Models · Tanzania

Strategic Planning Expands a Community Organization


Kyetume Community Based Health Care Programme (KCBHCP) strives to improve the general health of underserved rural people in Mukono District, Uganda. Read more

Management · Uganda

Discovering Multiple Opportunities to Revamp a Rural Clinic


ELI-K Chebaiywa Dispensary was a small, mission-based rural health clinic in western Kenya serving underserved communities. Read more

Management · Kenya

Leveraging Lab Capacity to Serve More Patients and Build Revenue


A leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa, the Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) helps train medical professionals, deliver clinical care, and conduct research. Read more

Strategy & Business Models · Zambia

Improving Information Management for a Large Provider


In 2008, AAR was the largest private health care company in East Africa, operating 18 health centers in three countries and providing preventative and curative health care to close to 10,000 clients in all income brackets. Read more

Operations · Kenya