Koita Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2017 by Rizwan Koita and Rekha Koita. Koita Foundation focuses on two key areas NGO Transformation and Digital Health.
Koita Foundation works with NGOs with proven operating models to help them scale effectively. We help NGOs to digitally transform their operations and use advanced data and analytics to drive organizational performance and impact, which are key success factors for sustainable growth. KF today works with over a dozen NGOs across healthcare, education and livelihood segments.
Koita Foundation partners with leading academic institutions, hospitals, healthcare technology companies, and NGOs to drive Digital Health adoption in India. KF partnered with IIT Bombay, India’s #1 academic institution, to establish the Koita Centre for Digital Health (www.kcdh.iitb.ac.in). KF is working on multiple Digital Health initiatives of national scale, including supporting the Government of India’s ABDM initiatives and its roll-out. KF is collaborating with the National Cancer Grid to establish the Koita Centre for Digital Oncology (www.kcdo.in).
November 2023- Koita Foundation was delighted to organise a session with Zarina Screwvala, Founder of the Swades Foundation, and Mangesh Wange, CEO of the Swades Foundation, on driving community participation for sustainable impact, sharing their journey, challenges and successes. The session offered valuable insights with cross-sector applicability. The event was attended by 20 of our NGO leaders who participated in this enriching discussion.
November 2023- Four PhD scholars of Koita Centre for Digital Health (KCDH) Ambuj K Upadhyay, Keerthana Vinod Kumar, Shayantan Banerjee, and Surja Racha were honored with the prestigious Prime Minister Research Fellowship (PMRF) in recognition of their outstanding dedication to groundbreaking research in the dynamic field of digital health at KCDH. The Prime Minister's Research Fellows (PMRF) Scheme has a very rigorous selection process, and the fellowship is designed for improving the quality of research in various higher educational institutions in the country.
November 2023- The 3rd Indian Cancer Congress (ICC) was organized in Mumbai from 2nd to 5th November, 2023. Dr Nikesh Shah, CEO- Koita Centre for Digital Oncology (KCDO), part of the National Cancer Grid (NCG), moderated the session titled “Providing Clinical Decision Support: Unleashing the power of healthcare data”. KCDO also organized a showcase of the six NCG empaneled Oncology EMRs at ICC which was well received by the participants. In addition, Professor Kshitij Jadhav and Professor Amit Sethi, representing Koita Centre for Digital Health (KCDH) at IIT Bombay, presented their work on Medical Data Efficient Machine Learning and Enabling Precision Oncology using Digital Pathology, respectively.
November 2023- Koita Foundation is delighted to support NHA on the development and roll out of the ABDM WhatsApp Chatbot. The ABDM WhatsApp Chatbot will serve as a valuable resource for doctors, hospitals and labs understand ABDM and how to get started on their digital health and ABDM journey.
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