Grameen Foundation is part of a consortium of organizations that comprise the Africa Health Markets for Equity (AHME). Co-funded by DFID and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the partnership will improve health outcomes through the provision of quality private sector health care targeted at the poor in Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana. This will be achieved by increasing the scale and scope of private provider networks and demand-side financing in all three countries. The AHME partnership, led by Marie Stopes International (MSI), comprises six best in class organizations: MSI, Population Services International (PSI), Society for Family Health (SFH), Grameen Foundation (GF), PharmAccess International (PharmAccess) and the International Financing Corporation/World Bank Health in Africa Initiative (IFC/HIA). Grameen Foundation is responsible for identifying and introducing relevant information and communication technologies for health to the partnership.