GE healthymagination Mother & Child Program 2017/2018 for Social Entrepreneurs Working on Maternal and Child Health Care Solutions.
Calling all social entrepreneurs working on Maternal and Child Health Care Solutions!
GE Healthymagination and Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship are partnering to accelerate the second cohort of mother and child health care innovators in sub-Saharan Africa.
You are a leader of an existing for-profit, nonprofit, or hybrid enterprise, in operation for two or more years in sub-Saharan Africa. You’re ready to build capacity and unleash your potential.
To apply, you must provide these services:
- You deliver health services directly to mothers and children from pregnancy to pediatric care;
- You provide supportive infrastructure, including water, energy, improved health services to mothers and children;
- You distribute, train, use, or maintain medical equipment; develop products or technologies that improve knowledge and access to care, including telemedicine, mobile technologies, data analysis, or image interpretation provide infrastructure services or facilities to mothers and children.
- Or provide infrastructure services or facilities to mothers and children.
A kick-off event GSBI mentors and GE experts. We help local social entrepreneurs learn business fundamentals, improve your strategic thinking, and articulate a business plan that demonstrates impact, growth, and long-term financial sustainability.
6 months of weekly, remote mentorship from proven Silicon Valley executive leaders to develop a sound strategy for growing your enterprise, complete with: a stage-appropriate action plan; operational and social impact metrics; a slide deck for investor presentations; and a two-page investment summary document.
Appplication Deadline: May 5th 2017
To make your application click the link here.