Anyone is welcome to share content resources on ORB!
If you believe your content meets our criteria, we would like to hear from you. Just go to our ‘Add a Resource’ link and you’ll find out how your content could potentially reach hundreds of thousands of health workers across the world.
Are you interested in becoming an ORB Content Partner?
This is a more formal relationship with ORB and mPowering Frontline Health Workers.
As a Content Partner, we will create an ORB partner page with your logo, a short description of your organisation and a link back to your home page. We will also help connect with you other partners who may want to use your content or commission new content from you. Content Partners should have an internal quality assurance and review process in place, as this will help us fast-track your ORB resources through our content review process.
The criteria for becoming a content partner are:
- Commitment to using open content licensing (Creative Commons) and sharing your digital health training materials on ORB. Watch our video on Creative Commons for Global Health
- Robust, well-documented internal quality assurance and review processes - this helps us to fast-track your ORB resources through our content review process
- Agreement to being an ambassador for ORB - promoting its use by implementers, health workers and others
To apply to become an ORB Content Partner, please contact us. All Content Partners should send a letter of commitment, not to exceed one page, which documents how they meet these criteria and their motivation for becoming a Content Partner.
Our content partners include:
Digital Campus is committed to promoting learning research, innovation and developing capacity through the use of appropriate technology.
View all Digital Campus resources on ORB
Digital Green is a not-for-profit international development organization that uses an innovative digital platform for community engagement to improve lives of rural communities across South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.
View all Digital Green resources on ORB
Global Health Media Project
Creating videos to train health workers and serve communities worldwide
View all Global Health Media Project resources on ORB
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
CCP is a center within the Department of Health, Behavior and Society at the Bloomberg School of Public Health that recognizes the pivotal role communication plays in the way people think and behave about health and development issues. We design communication solutions that solve public health problems.
View all NURHI project resources on ORB
View all Ghana BCS project resources on ORB
Medical Aid Films
Medical Aid Films aims to save the lives of vulnerable women and children in developing countries by providing innovative training and education through film.
View all Medical Aid Films resources on ORB
The Zinc+ORS campaign is supported by the UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children
View all Zinc+ORS resources on ORB