Partnerships are key to the success of HealthEnabled. We are proud to include donors and a range of key non-profit organisations amongst our partners.

Global Development Incubator

The Global Development Incubator is a non-profit entity that supports innovative ideas, organizations, and initiatives that have the opportunity to create large-scale social change.

GDI’s Initiative Incubator supports the development, piloting, and scaling-up of innovative social impact initiatives, while its Social Enterprise Accelerator aims to increase the scale, reach, and impact of social enterprises. Both programs draw on a unique set of advisors and service providers to help us support the initiatives and social enterprises.

HealthEnabled is proud to be a GDI partner and to benefit from the wealth of development and management experience that GDI brings.

Knowledge for Health

K4Health, USAID’s flagship health knowledge management project, works to ensure that health programme managers and service providers have the accurate, up-to-date knowledge they need, when they need it. Implemented by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), in partnership with FHI 360, IntraHealth International and Management Sciences for Health (MSH), K4Health creates and continually improves platforms, products and services to strengthen global health efforts.

HealthEnabled works very closely with Knowledge for Health on the HealthE Africa initiative amongst others. Their extensive networks and health communications expertise are enormously valuable to this initiative.

Johnson & Johnson

A long time supporter of digital health programmes to support maternal and child health, Johnson & Johnson is a core donor for HealthEnabled, funding many of initiatives, including our work with mothers2mothers and MomConnect in South Africa and our support for MAMA Nigeria.


Through our partnership with Knowledge for Health, USAID is supporting the HealthE Africa initiative.

PEPFAR has also joined this partnership to support the intensive work of HealthEnabled in South Africa and one other African country still to be announced.


UNICEF is supporting some of the work that HealthEnabled is doing in South Africa to better understand the gaps and opportunities for digital health to contribute to an Aids-free generation.