Our vision is that every child who needs oxygen will receive it – no matter where they live. We continually evaluate our activities to make sure we are heading the right direction and drive us to do even better. Here is a snapshot of our progress so far.

 

Numbers

12 = number of hospitals we have partnered with.

4 = number of states in Nigeria we work.

>22,000 = number of children and newborns who have had pulse oximetry performed using our systems.

>5,000 = number of children and newborns who have received oxygen from our systems.

>7,500 = litres of oxygen delivered to children via our systems.

12

number of hospitals we have partnered with.

4

number of states in Nigeria we work.

>22,000

number of children and newborns who have had pulse oximetry performed using our systems.

>5,000

number of children and newborns who have received oxygen from our systems.

>7,500

litres of oxygen delivered to children via our systems.

Testimonials

Here’s what others are saying about us:

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Published papers and reports

We believe in honestly evaluating our own activities, and sharing what we are learning through open-access reports and publications, so that others can also benefit. Here are some of our contributions to the science and practice of oxygen therapy.

  • Graham HR, Bakare AA, Gray A, et al. Adoption of paediatric and neonatal pulse oximetry by 12 hospitals in Nigeria: a mixed-methods realist evaluation. BMJ global health 2018;3:e000812. doi: 10.1136/bmjgh-2018-000812. Link to article
  • Graham H, Tosif S, Gray A, et al. Providing oxygen to children in hospitals: a realist review. Bull World Health Organ 2017;95(4):288-302. doi: 10.2471/blt.16.186676. Link to article
  • Graham HR, Ayede AI, Bakare AA, et al. Improving oxygen therapy for children and neonates in secondary hospitals in Nigeria: study protocol for a stepped-wedge cluster randomised trial. Trials 2017;18(1):502. doi: 10.1186/s13063-017-2241-8. Link to article
  • Duke T, Graham H, Peel D, et al. Solar powered health care. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 2016;20(5):572-3. doi: 10.5588/ijtld.16.0210. Link to article
  • Duke T, Hwaihwanje I, Kaupa M, et al. Solar powered oxygen systems in remote health centers in Papua New Guinea: a large scale implementation effectiveness trial. Journal of global health 2017;7(1) doi: 10.7189/jogh.07.010411. Link to article
  • Graham H, Ayede AI, Bakare A, et al. Oxygen for children and newborns in non-tertiary hospitals in South-west Nigeria: A needs-assessment. Afr J Med Med Sci 2016(45). Link to article