Empower is a leading global digital learning and capacity building organization and has worked across 100+ countries in multiple languages to strengthen the institutional and HR capacity of global health & humanitarian programs through design and development of e-learning content; design, development, deployment, hosting, and maintenance of learning management systems; conduct training and capacity building exercise; develop learning technologies and innovation; and perform impact assessment/ measurement activities, etc.
In total, Empower has developed and delivered more than 1,000,000 (one million) hours of capacity building content to nearly 200,000 public health and supply chain professionals in 100+ countries. Empower serves key healthcare organizations and decision-makers around the world, spanning government agencies, donor agencies, academic organisation, CSOs, NGOs, life science and healthcare companies, consumer health, and medical device manufacturers and others.
Our service approach is depicted as below:
Our highly experienced teams from our global practices bring special skills and insights from large international mandates. Our team has worked on over 100 relevant projects globally and helped some of the world’s largest organizations to deliver challenging programs and projects in the areas of digital learning and large-scale capacity building mandates. Empower has provided its expertise to numerous health agencies across the world, including:
Our Global Presence
Public Health Stakeholder Framework
Empower works with a broad range of stakeholders to strengthen health system building blocks and address key barriers to care through digital learning.
Empower has expertise in developing end-to-end solutions for digital learning, from developing technical content, digitization of content (storyboarding, authoring), deploying to a Learning Management System (LMS), to sales, marketing, and management of the course. We have developed our own learning platform and extended our services to other organizations in the health and humanitarian sector.