Manju Mali, a skilled bamboo worker living in a marginalized community in Sarlahi District, is known for her active participation in community events and decision-making. When Mahesh Karki, a health facility in charge trained by UNICEF, asked for her help in identifying unvaccinated children in the community, Manju immediately stepped up. She gathered women and explained the benefits of immunization, connecting the mothers of eight unvaccinated children to Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) for counseling and referral to health facilities.

Manju's advocacy didn't stop there. She approached the municipality leader and requested a visit to the mothers of the unvaccinated children. The municipality organized meetings to stress the importance of immunization, using audio and video aids to educate the community on the role of parents and the need for universal immunization. Thanks to Manju's efforts, the community came to appreciate the value of immunization and the importance of getting their children vaccinated.

Mobile health apps have become powerful tools in transforming healthcare delivery worldwide. Projects like KHUSHI Baby, M-VACCINE, and Health Chat exemplify the potential of technology in empowering healthcare workers, enhancing vaccine coverage, and improving communication channels. As these initiatives continue to make strides in their respective locations, they pave the way for a future where technology and innovation play a pivotal role in ensuring accessible, efficient, and equitable healthcare for all.