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Maternal & Child Health
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.
Navigating the Global Gag Rule: How to Support Sexual and Reproductive Health Services Around the World
The unpredictability of the Global Gag Rule can make supporting sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services around the world difficult – but not impossible. Learn how to set up sustainable programs despite one of the most controversial mandates in global development.
Dimagi and Partners Develop Digital Resources to Support Infants Affected by the Opioid Epidemic
Dimagi is leading a federally-funded project to develop digital tools for the care of infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and has recently a new online course with Harvard Medical School.
Terre des hommes’ IeDA Program Wins Excellence Award at the Global South eHealth Observatory
On July 1st, 2019, in front of an audience of health consultants, ministry of health officials, and mHealth-focused NGOs at the fourth conference of the Global South eHealth Observatory in Lavaur, France, Terre des hommes’ Electronic Register of Consultations (REC) application earned our partners another award. The award was one of five given to the
Gaining Momentum in the Fight Against Child Mortality
Rapid advances in mobile technology and connectivity continue to open up opportunities for us to make a difference, and one area where we’re seeing improvement is in child mortality. Here's a look at how it has improved over the last 100 years.
mHealth to Reduce Child Mortality in Burkina Faso
[Video] Children’s aid 2.0: can digital technology save lives in Burkina Faso? Project: Terre des hommes’ Integrated e-Diagnostic Approach programme (IedA) Purpose: Improve the clinical management of children under five in primary health settings. Industry: Health Location: Burkina Faso Partners: The four-year project is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and implemented on
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.
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