Offering a digital alternative to manual vaccination cards, resulting in increased vaccination penetration and reduced child mortality and disability rates

Collince Osewe

Collince Osewe has a background in marketing and is passionate about creating community change through social entrepreneurship. He is founder of M-Chanjo, which is a mobile service offering a digital alternative to manual vaccination cards. By sending free vaccination reminder alerts to registered parents’ mobile phones and working together with health officials, M-Chanjo aims to increase vaccination penetration in Kenya and thereby reduce child mortality.


Collince took part in SE Forum’s Mini-Accelerator in 2016.



Prior to starting M-Chanjo, Collince spent most of his career working with high impact social projects within organisations such as the Safaricom Foundation, Africa Cancer Foundation, Literate Kenya Initiative and I Choose Life Africa.