Year: 2021


ARMMAN Is One Of India’s Top 50 COVID-19 Last Mile Responders

We are proud to be recognised by the World Economic Forum’ COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs as one of India’s India’s Top 50 COVID-19 Last Mile Responders to the pandemic. Our COVID-19 interventions provided critical information relating to COVID via mobile phone to 800,000 frontline health workers, over 17,700 women and children have called our

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ARMMAN to Expand COVID-19 Interventions with Support from Google.org

ARMMAN is increasing the scope of its COVID-19 interventions by upskilling frontline health workers with the support of Google.org. 180,000 ASHAs and 40,000 ANMs will be trained in COVID-19 management skills including recognition, treatment and prevention of the disease in 15 states of India. These frontline health workers will be supported via a call centre

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David Weekley Family Foundation to Support ARMMAN

ARMMAN is happy to share that we have partnered with The David Weekley Family Foundation, a US based organisation that practices a venture philanthropy model of giving. The foundation supports projects that work on supports health, livelihoods, and justice in Africa, Asia and in USA. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with

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Google.org Supports ARMMAN’s AI Efforts

Google.org is supporting ARMMAN to scale our efforts in using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve maternal and child health in India. Our project with Google Research India and IIT Madras uses AI to predict the risk of women dropping out of healthcare programs such as mMitra and helps us to personalise interventions for an improved engagement.

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Netri Foundation to Support mMitra

ARMMAN is thrilled to share that we have partnered with Netri Foundation, a Spanish organisation that provides investments to projects with a social impact in developing countries. The Netri Foundation will support our mMitra project that sends free critical preventive care information as voice calls to mobile phones of women during pregnancy and infancy.

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