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[Originally posted on UN Foundation’s Global Connection blog here] This blog is part of the Innovation Working Group mHealth Catalytic Grant series, highlighting the impact of mobile technology on global health and development. Learn more about the 26 mHealth projects funded under the IWG mHealth grants program here. 

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[Originally posted on UN Foundation’s Global Connection blog here] This blog is part of the Innovation Working Group mHealth Catalytic Grant series, highlighting the impact of mobile technology on global health and development. Learn more about the 26 mHealth projects funded under the IWG mHealth grants program here. 

Blog | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning

The Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University (IRH) congratulates Leslie Heyer, Founder of Cycle Technologies and Director of the Solutions for Unmet Need in Family Planning (SUN-FP) program, for being named one of 50 most talented social innovators by the World CSR Congress!

Blog | Family Planning | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

[Originally posted on K4Health’s Blog here] Historically, it has been a challenge for the private sector and nonprofits to successfully partner. Each side tended to distrust the other’s intentions, and the goals were often mismatched. Having worked in the global health sector leading a private social impact company for the past 13 years, I’ve seen a […]

Blog | Family Planning | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

[Originally posted on Cycle Technologies News here] WASHINGTON—GBCHealth recognized Cycle Technologies as a top finalist in its 2014 Business Action on Health Awards. The company’s “Solutions for Unmet Need in Family Planning” (SUN-FP) program, which is conducted in partnership with the Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) at Georgetown University

Blog | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning

The Innovation Working Group (IWG) Catalytic mHealth Grants Program to improve maternal, newborn, and child health in support of the UN Secretary General’s Every Woman, Every Child global strategy covers three rounds of grant competitions that have awarded 26 organizations with funding to build capacity to scale up evidence-based mHealth interventions. These catalytic grants are complemented by research and […]

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[Originally posted on UN Foundation’s Global Accelerator for Entrepreneurs & Innovators Everywhere blog here] It seems like you can’t get very far into any conversation these days without someone asking: “How are you going to be sustainable?” Admittedly, it’s not my favorite question

Blog | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

On December 10, IRH partner Cycle Technologies will be recognized at the Global Health Leadership Symposium: Defining the Multi-Sector Landscape in Washington DC alongside other private sector companies for innovative approaches and impact on global health.

Blog | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

You have a compelling new idea for a technology product that you think can bring about big health impacts. But how do you ensure that people will actually want to use it? How do you really dig into the interaction between user and product?

Blog | A3 Project | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning

The Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH), in partnership with Cycle Technologies, is excited to announce the launch of the first iPhone app designed to help women use the TwoDay Method® of family planning. It’s called 2Day Method. But long before there was an app—and in fact before there were smartphones—the TwoDay Method had been established […]

Blog | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning