A partnership dedicated to increase the availability and use of life-saving innovations for low resource settings.
The Accelovate Project (2011-2016) increased the availability and use of life-saving technologies in low resource settings to accelerate reductions in mortality and morbidity. Accelovate was implemented by Jhpiego in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design, the Johns Hopkins University Center for Global Health, and Population Services International.
Accelovate identified strategies to overcome technical and policy gaps and barriers faced by program managers that prevent or delay implementation of life-saving innovations in low and middle income countries. The project emphasized strategic collaboration with multiple stakeholders to develop health technologies and innovations and effectively and efficiently scale them up.
- Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia
- Male Circumcision
- Rehabilitative Medicine
- Postpartum Hemorrhage
For more information, please visit the Accelovate Project website.