On the first of January 2021 the BETTEReHEALTH project was launched.
The project aims to collect and map best practices and identify opportunities and support regions in Africa with their implementation of an eHealth strategy and policies. The project also offers workshops in the region and international networking events. The duration of the project is two years and will end in December 2022.
With a multinational team Helder Resultaat is one of the 11 partners working on this European Commission funded project. Other partners are SINTEF, University of Oslo, Norwegian Centre for E-health research, University of South Eastern Norway, Lievens Lanckman, SFAX Health Tech, Ghana Health Service, JIMMA University, University of Gondar and HISP Malawi.