Over the years, many Ghanaians have had to depend on family, friends and paid volunteers for blood donations. This is sadly due to an inadequate stock of blood in blood banks across the country.To address this challenge, the National Blood Service and Oasis Websoft have partnered to develop the WALA health App to drive voluntary blood donations. On Friday the 4th of May, 2018 Wala Health application was launched at

Our Chief Technology Officer Thomas Darku was in Johannesburg, South Africa to present Bisa. The 2017 Demo Africa Technology Startup launch event took place on 23-24 November 2017 in Johannesburg, South-Africa. “We received a total of 956 applications this year, which is about 20% more than last year,” said Harry Hare, Executive Director and Producer of DEMO Africa. The applications covered all major verticals – health, agriculture, trade and commerce,

National Blood Service, Ghana (NBSG) on Thursday, August 3, 2017 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Oasis Websoft, owners of Bisa, a mobile application software that allow users with android phone to directly interact with medical practitioners regardless of their location on blood related issues. The application is aimed at increasing voluntary blood donor education and recruitment, particularly among the youth. The MOU, which marks the beginning of phase

Bisa app, the leading medical application in Ghana has been awarded Best Health App of the year at the 2017 People’s Choice Practitioners (PCP) Honours. The award recognises Bisa’s contribution to the Health sector, as an innovative and refreshing means of consulting with physicians eliminating the long queues and stigmatization that comes along with some health issues in Ghana. The event, graced by his Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the International Labour Organization and the Oasis Websoft , a software-development house in Ghana to utilize a web application – Bisa  – to reach young people with health-related information, including information on HIV and AIDS. The Bisa application provides information on health-related issues in Ghana. Users interact directly with medical practitioners without having physical contact. This aspect of the application helps to overcome confidentiality concerns of