iSocial works through a network of ‘Kallyanis,’ female entrepreneurs who bring assortments of women and girl focused products to marginalised communities in Bangladesh through a door-to-door delivery service.


Sehat Kahani provides affordable and quality healthcare to adolescent girls marginalised communities in Pakistan via nurse-assisted video consultations.


BanaPads develops low-cost female hygiene products using locally available raw materials and distributes them through innovative distribution and marketing approaches in Uganda. Women and girls at the base of the pyramid are included at all stages of the businessses’ value chain — as entrepreneurs or employees in the production process, distributors, health educators and consumers.

Daktari Africa

Daktari improves healthcare access among under-served women and girls in Kenya’s rural and urban areas by connecting users to doctors and other clinicians via a website and app.