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20 Years of Designing Under the Mango Tree
On Dimagi's 20th Anniversary, this blog reflects on the foundation of Designing Under the Mango Tree, our user-centric approach of building solutions based on users' contextual needs, and includes conversations with some of the first users of CommCare.
What We Learned from our Working Group on Health Worker Wellbeing
Through Dimagi's working group, we share key learnings toward developing a process for adapting, translating and testing the Resilience Message Program for health workers living in LMICs around the world.
Dimagi Receives $25 Million to Develop Transformative Technology for Frontline Workers
Program-Related Investment from the Steele Foundation for Hope will fund next generation digital platform to support and enable critical frontline healthcare workforces globally
CommCare Precision Tasking Framework: A Prioritized Tasking Solution for Supervisors and Health Workers
Dimagi has created a new Prioritized Tasking Framework that aims to help CHWs focus on service delivery, enable data-driven decision making and provide patients access to better care.
The Value of User Testing: Supporting Community Health Workers With Digital Tools in India
Dimagi has partnered with Johnson & Johnson to explore the development of an evidence-based, free, and adaptable mobile messaging framework to boost health worker resilience.
A National-Scale mHealth Program for South Africa
Supported by CommCare, South Africa's WBPHCOT program focuses on improving nutrition, reproductive health, primary care, and social services across the country.
Improved Health Care for Women and Children May Be Just a Mobile Phone Away
In slums in Nairobi maternal mortality claims many lives, and quality maternal health services are not universally available to expectant mothers. Community health workers, with the help of apps like CommCare are stemming the tide. Read the more in the Impatient Optimist here.
Pathfinder and Dimagi partner to win a Visa Innovation Grant
Pathfinder International is one of five organizations to receive a Visa Innovation Grant for mobile money, with a proposal on which Dimagi was a partner organization. The grant will build upon an ongoing deployment of CommCare in Kenya, and evaluate the effect of linking community health worker payments to their performance as monitored by CommCare.
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