NEST360 has published the 2nd Edition Newborn Technology Landscape catalog, including Warmilu’s infant warming blankets and packs.
NEST360° just published the 2nd Edition Newborn Technology landscape catalog of interventions and devices that are used by healthcare practitioners around the globe to improve neonatal health. We are honored to announce that Warmilu’s infant warming packs and blankets have been included. NEST360 is a multi-organisation partnership including the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Rice University’s Rice 360° Institute for Global Health, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, and the Malawi College of Medicine reducing infant mortality with broad kits to provide comprehensive care not a single “catch-all” solution. NEST360° (Newborn Essential Solutions and Technologies) addresses four gaps that impede care for newborns in Africa with four targeted solutions that strengthen healthcare systems, catalyzing change across the continent. , as well as leading institutions across Africa. Initially focusing on Malawi, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania, the partnership will make a lasting impact, working closely with governments, local healthworkers and universities.
The NEST360°partnership is funded by some the world’s largest private foundations, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the John T. and Catherine D. MacArthur Foundation, the Lemelson Foundation, the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, and the ELMA Foundation.
To learn more about NEST360, go their website: https://www.nest360.org/
To see Warmilu in new NEST360 Newborn Technology Landscape: Technologies for Newborn Care in Low-Resource Settings
(2nd Edition Technical Report, February 2020), check it out here: https://www.nest360.org/resources