Care Networks for Maternal and Neonatal Health
926,459 women and babies have been benefited
716,549 services provided with high-tech equipment donated to health centers in14 Mexican states
90 Maternal Care Networks have been established
Model focused on maternal and neonatal care; operating through strategic alliances with state authorities, public and private health institutions. It establishes maternal health care networks formed by relevant participants, ranging from the communities to highly specialized hospitals.
- AMANECE™ is specialized on maternal and neonatal care, as well as in baby’s growth and early stimulation.
- Its objective is to reduce maternal and child mortality, aiming to align with the UN’s Millennium Development Goals
- It works through developing networks to link the communities with highly specialized hospitals.
- It is sustainable thanks to alliances created with state governments, as well as public and private health institutes.
To keep those networks connected, AMANECE™ develops remote access technological tools such as:
Application aimed to support the community and health staff to timely detecting risks during pregnancy.
Evaluation system based on physical exploration, laboratory tests, medical history and family background.
Worldwide innovative, remote fetal monitoring system aimed for high risk pregnancies; developed in alliance with the West Health Institute.