Life-saving Instruction For Emergencies (LIFE), a mobile gaming app designed to provide vital emergency care training to remote communities in sub-Saharan Africa, emerged among 12 of the world’s most promising ideas to save lives at birth in developing countries. Out of 650 applicants, the 12 nominees secured millions in new funding to develop and refine their innovations.
The concept of the mobile phone application was developed by researchers from the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme in collaboration with a team of leading academics from the University of Oxford.
LIFE was voted in July as one of the 8 innovations that have emerged to address and tackle the world’s biggest problems. More: