HHT in the News
Engineering for Change featured an article about the Pumani and 2 other life-saving technologies entitled: Three Health Technologies for the Best Mother’s Day Ever.
The Huffington Post wrote an article about the Pumani entitled This Invention That Uses Aquarium Pumps Could Save 178,000 Babies Each Year.
Jocelyn Brown, the original inventor of the Pumani, was featured in Forbes as one of 5 Brilliant Social Innovators You’ve Never Heard of, Until Now.
NPR aired a story about the Pumani entitled Saving Babies’ Lives Starts with Aquarium Pumps and Ingenuity.
The Pumani project was awarded a grant from GlaxoSmithKline and Save the Children to expand the Pumani to Zambia, Tanzania, and South Africa.
Fast Company names Pumani as 1 of 8 Incredibly Effective Ways to Save Children from Preventable Deaths
The Pumani was featured in Fast Company as 1 of 8 Incredibly Effective Ways to Save Children from Preventable Deaths.
The Pumani bCPAP was named as one of the Breakthrough Innovations That Can Save Women and Children Now and featured at the 2013 UN General Assembly.
Dr. Rebecca Richards-Kortum and Dr. Maria Oden, who advised the original Rice University DoseRight team, appeared on MSNBC when the DoseRight Syringe Clips were a featured “Big Idea.”
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