Nurse in Hand Emergency Response

Nurse in Hand Emergency Response

Over 3,000 Kenyans are killed on our roads every year, most between the ages of 15 and 44 years.

Founderby Lucy Njuguna
Kenya, Africa
$5,450,000 target
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  • Project Story

Through a subsidiary Road Emergency Doctor Services (REDs), we provide post-crash emergency response on Kenyan Road networks.
We leverage on modern technology for effective and efficient service delivery, we operate a central integrated web and mobile based emergency response system (REDS.ER) a platform that receives
emergency alerts, deploys, coordinate, monitors and control operations.

Paramedics, Police, Hospitals and emergency service providers are as close to road situations in real time, through the REDS.ER platform to be able to effectively manage road emergencies.
Road Emergency Doctor Services is working in close partnership with The Kenya Police, NTSA, Vision 2030, Ministry of Health, Emergency response service providers, and other stakeholders to
reduce the number of post-crash deaths in Kenya. The company’s business model provides a unique, sustainable and holistic approach towards post-crash accident emergency response through modern technology.

Operations of the company are anchored on four components:

  • A technical, geo-tracking, web and mobile-based integrated system for operations
  • A control centre
  • Emergency care centres
  • Trauma centres & ambulance services

 

The company will offer four services:

  • Emergency Response motorcycles services
  • Road Emergency paramedics services
  • General emergency and Modern ER Technology consultancy
  • Emergency Response training services

Under the proposed capacity, the company will employ 672 employees directly and impact over 220 supplies spread across different counties in Kenya. This way, Nurse in Hand Emergency Response can integrate positive contribution to communities with final rewards to its investors. To establish, and finance operations of Emergency Care Centers along the Northern Corridor Transit Route will require a total of KES 16.5 Million per centre (about $165,000)

For acquiring assets and financing operation expenses as summarised below:
1) Emergency response motorcycles – kitted with sirens
2) Paramedics
3) Road Emergency evacuation equipment
4) Emergency medical supplies
5) Supplies Storage facilities
6) Holding centers and equipping
7) Web & mobile platform PDAs, monitors and screens

 

Projects displayed here are real campaigns whose founders have agreed to be showcased.

Our intention is to generate initial interest and gather early feedback.

Acorn’s crowdfunding platform is tentatively scheduled to go live by end-2018, after which fundraising will begin.