UNICEF-Haiti hosted a live web event on September 10th to highlight innovative technology solutions being used to help the most vulnerable children in Haiti.
Dimagi was invited to share our experience deploying CommCare in Haiti through the USAID-funded Sérvices de Santé de Qualité pour Haiti (SSQH) project, implemented by Pathfinder International and URC. Dimagi Haiti Field Manager, Amy Cooper, was asked to present on the panel, which can be watched here (note is in French).
In the presentation, Amy highlighted our work to improve child health. Our current tool helps to evaluate children’s nutrition status, monitor the delivery of vaccines to children, help identify children with danger signs, and create linkages between remote communities and health facilities.
The event brought together government officials, private sector CEOs, the local partner of Kore Fanmi and Dimagi. In addition to Amy, speakers included: Rose Anne Auguste, Minister of Human Rights, Maarten Bout from Digicel, Patrick Sagna, Chief of Development at Surtab, Danilia Altidor, General Director of IHSI, and Josue Andre, General Director of Heart to Heart.