Rice 360° brings together an international group of faculty, students, clinicians, and private and public sector partners to design innovative health technologies for poor settings, to develop and implement entrepreneurial approaches that increase access to these technologies around the world, and to prepare students to lead tomorrow’s global health technology workforce.
The Day One Project has made a huge
difference in the lives of neonates in Malawi. Nearly 1,000
babies have received treatment with Rice 360°’s Pumani CPAP device.
Today with funds from the Day One Project, a new
neonatal wing is being built at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital that will give
premature babies access to lifesaving technologies and improved care. Please donate today to support our life saving efforts!