Global Health


Global Digital Health Network

The Global Digital Health Network, formerly the mHealth Working Group created in 2009 by global health organizations for global health organizations, is a 3000+ person-strong networking forum for members from 108 countries to share information, engage with the broader community, and provide leadership in digital health for global public health. The Network provides leadership in digital health (mHealth, eHealth, and ICTs) and offers a collaborative gathering space for members to share perspectives, resources, and practical guidance related to implementation across a range of technical areas. Our members support global public health strategies, standards and practices through use of innovative technologies in limited resource settings. Our events and communications are a venue to share practical and flexible guidance with each other and the community.

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Resource Type:  Communities of Practice Language: English

Health Enabled

HealthEnabled is a South Africa-based non profit organization that helps national governments in low- and middle-income countries make short- and long-term decisions to integrate life-saving digital health solutions into their health systems. The organisation provides the necessary expertise, experience, and connections to help governments integrate digital solutions into their health systems. While we currently have a specific emphasis on Africa, particularly South Africa, our expertise, network and reach are global. The members of our Expert Network come from 34 countries across the world and speak 35 languages, and our resources and capacity building activities have a global audience. HealthE Africa is a broad networking initiative undertaken in partnership with Knowledge for Health, raising the visibility of digital health needs, experts and projects on the continent.



Search over 11,000 global digital health evidence sources, was designed to bring together the world’s literature on mHealth to make it easier for program managers, researchers, government leaders, donors, software developers, and other key decision-makers to quickly get up to speed on the current state-of-the-art and evidence-based best practices. It includes peer-reviewed and grey literature from low-, middle- and high-resource settings.