Unlocking potential: HASH commits to inclusivity, targeting African Francophone countries for greater representation in AI for Global Health initiatives. Dr. Elizabeth Oseku’s insights lead the charge towards a more diverse and impactful technological landscape.

Date: 17th October 2023

In a groundbreaking webinar, experts Wisdom Ceaser Favor and Kojo Michael Kolugu unveil a new era of health tech innovation in Africa. Advocating for inclusivity and collaboration, their insights redefine the landscape, promising a brighter, more equitable future for healthcare across the continent.

Date: 17th October 2023

What Does AI for Maternal, Sexual Reproductive Health Mean to You? Dr. Elizabeth Oseku delivered a compelling oral presentation focused on stakeholder perspectives, and shed light on the value of community engagement as a means to developing responsible AI innovations.

Date: 14th June 2023

The HASH Team hosted an interactive workshop, “Let’s Talk About Sex,” from June 12th to 14th, 2023, alongside the AfricAI conference, aiming to address critical data challenges in the AI for health ecosystem in Africa. Stay tuned for updates on the processing and release of the dataset, as together, we shape the future of sexual health research and technology.

Date: 12th – 14th June 2023

Dr. Ernest Mwebaze and Wisdom Ceaser Favor led an interactive workshop at the AfricAI conference in June 2023, addressing Gender and Inclusion challenges in AI for Development (AI4D). Their contributions reflect a commitment to advancing GEI principles within the AI4D landscape, aiming for a more equitable and inclusive future.

Date: 12th June 2023

Following the HIC, the HASH Inception Meeting convened with 14 sub-grantee representatives. The meeting was focused on defining the HASH network, formulating its value proposition, and delving into the needs of stakeholders in AI and MSRH.

Date: 14th – 15th December 2022

The Health Innovations Conference, brought together stakeholders from diverse backgrounds for in-depth discussions on various aspects of healthcare systems, innovation, and technology. The conference’s overarching theme was “Innovations for Resilient Healthcare Systems.”

Date: 12th – 13th December 2022

Kampala, Uganda – In a stride towards advancing responsible AI solutions for Maternal, Sexual, and Reproductive Health (MSRH) challenges in Africa, we shared some exciting news with our subgrantees – their applications had been successful! With the resources available, we were able to fund the top ten applicants.

Date: December 2022

At Makerere University’s COCIS Open Day, a groundbreaking poster presentation showcased the latest research findings, highlighting the potential of AI solutions to transform healthcare in Sub-Saharan Africa. This unveiled the Revolutionary Use of AI in Maternal, Sexual, and Reproductive Health.

Date: 30 September 2022

Introducing HASH: Our Debut Newsletter and RFA Invitation!

HASH launched its inaugural newsletter. This edition introduced readers to the hub, providing an in-depth look into its mission, vision, and objectives. It also extended an invitation to all readers, to participate in the Request for Applications (RFA). Find your online copy here.

Date: June 2022

Publications Page

The hub launched a publications page. This page was created to disseminate invaluable guidelines and insights tailored to empower innovators within the field. Through this initiative, the hub aims to provide a rich resource repository, serving as a guiding light for those embarking on innovative journeys in this specialized domain. To visit the publications page, click here

Date: March 2022

In February 2023, HASH conducted a global online survey on the role of Artificial Intelligence in Maternal Sexual and Reproductive Health (MSRH). Stakeholders provided valuable insights, helping to identify crucial areas for focus.

The findings support HASH’s mission to enhance healthcare in Sub-Saharan Africa and showcase the potential of collective wisdom and AI to improve maternal and reproductive health.

Date:1st to 27th February 2023