Sometimes I don’t have time to flip books. I get the device, I touch it, and I’m able to get what I’m looking for. At the same time, I’m a trainer, and I’m able to teach my students using it, so it has really, really been effective.
Mary Mungai: Director of KRNA Program, Kijabe Hospital

We don’t have an open library to go to. So, the iPad becomes our library. We can open it up anytime, and find the information we need here at hand.
Kettie Louis: Health eVillages, HERO Coordinator

This facility is often overlooked because we are out in a rural setting in Kenya, and these staff come in with no resources to fall back on. Health eVillages gives us access to more information to help better the care of patient and to be a better provider. Kayla Thielk: Quality Assurance Office, Lwala Community Alliance

The information on the devices is up to date and, now, even closer to us. We can avoid errors in giving medicine, which also ensures the safety of the patient.
Rosadarline Bossuet, RN: Ecole Nationale dInfirmiéres des Cayes (National School of Nursing, Cayes)