Web and Mobile Accident and Emergency Response Platform.
Amazing things Stanley's made
AUG 2015 – DATE: Joined a team of Young African Leaders from East and Central Africa to design The New African Portal envisioned to inspire sharing, networking, visibility, trade and access to professional services geared towards inclusivity, inter-connectivity and exposure for youth in action across the region. Founded Mazuri Kenya - a new e-commerce start-up launched in Kenya to promote African culture as seen through handcrafted products, create youth employment, and help artisans earn more from their work by tapping into the international market. www.youtube.com/watch
Sept 2012 – Present: Founded Mazuri Mobile an asset management start up that leverages on the power of USSD, Internet and people’s goodwill to track and recover lost portable items. This project challenges the view that people don’t care about others and inspires a positive change in society. – Awarded $ 5,000.00 on Nov 24th, 2014
This is a noble cause I strongly recommend Nurse in Hand initiative for the wonderful initiative despite the limited resources they have, For this to spread and get to help more people more resources and support is needed.
This is a very good initiative that integrates technology into health care. Very fascinating and something to look out for. I would also recommend that the same can be developed for feature phones so as to reach more people
I knew Stan in a 3-month leadership program that we went thru together. His commitment to his passion of solving problems through IT is strong. Nurse in Hand is a brilliant idea, and I would definitely like to use it.
Being an entrepreneur myself, I know how great teams are important to make great ideas happen, and I know Stanley and Lucy are the right people to build this venture.
I absolutely recommend them for the Merck Accelerator Program.
Nurse in hand is an amazing healthcare solution especially for those individuals who cannot access fast healthcare services because of different reasons. The possibilities and potential impact of the nurse in hand is unlimited and endless. I definitely recommend this app for further funding and investment.
This is an incredible innovation that is overdue for the African continent. Too many lives are lost everyday just because first hand response to a critical medical situation is not available. Nurse In Hand will largely solve that problem. I fully recommend they be supported in every way possible.
Statistics indicate that there are more nurses in the job market than hospitals/health providers in Kenya. This is a great initiative to boost health care services, accessibility and more so creating jobs for the unemployed yet qualified nurses. Good Job, well done Stanley and Lucy.
Our health care system is broken. With very few doctors and nurses, the quality of clinical outcomes are compromised. With this idea, people will have improved access to health care services even in the rural settings. The long term impact of such a system will be realized in reduced disease epidemics, reduced mortality rates and improved patient experience. On the other hand the clinics will operate more efficiently due to improved response to emergency situations. I therefore recommend this project as one that is solving a very pressing African need.
Wow! Nurse In Hand - What a great initiative! The link alone to access nurses when in need will go along way to help improve healthcare and create jobs for otherwise trained but unemployed. I highly recommend this initiative for funding and mentor-ship because clearly the benefits are numerous. Congratulations Lucy and Stanley. Can't wait for the launch. Will reach out to offer help on this in anyway i can.
Nurse in Hand addresses access, quality, professionalism and consistency in healthcare and especially emergency situations across board. Innovation way of providing health solutions for our people. Great Initiative!