MacKenzie Scott joins Google.org, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in support of Nexleaf’s mission to bring real-time data on life-saving equipment to under-resourced health systems.
Nexleaf Analytics is a nonprofit organization that designs and deploys technology and data solutions to help countries build resilient health systems. Nexleaf’s vaccine cold chain monitoring technology currently protects the vaccine supply for 1 in 10 babies born each year.
Nexleaf is honored to announce a $12M contribution from MacKenzie Scott, the largest gift in Nexleaf’s history.
Since 2009, Nexleaf has worked alongside low- and middle-income countries — rather than attempting to bypass governments — to scale technology and data solutions designed and refined through close collaboration with personnel at every level of the health system, from last-mile health workers to top-tier government officials. Nexleaf’s approach puts countries in the driver’s seat so that local decision-makers at every level can utilize real-time data and analytics to uncover and prioritize problems, implement solutions, reimagine systems, and improve health outcomes.
“This is an incredible opportunity for our team, as we work shoulder to shoulder with countries and Ministries of Health, to make the kinds of bold moves that can transform systems and extend life-saving healthcare delivery to more people,” said Nithya Ramanathan, CEO and Co-Founder of Nexleaf.
With MacKenzie Scott’s generous contribution, Nexleaf will strengthen its commitment to supporting resilient, responsive health systems in low- and middle-income countries through increasing data availability, building data demand, and motivating data-driven human action. This charitable gift was facilitated by The Bridgespan Group and disbursed by the Silicon Valley Community Fund.
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