Posted by: Alix Emden
Leveraging high mobile phone penetration for timely and complete child immunization in Nepal
Vaccinations play a crucial role in reducing infant deaths, and are, therefore, a big priority for the Ministry of Health, Nepal. This post covers our recent partnership with Shree Birendra Hospital, UNICEF, and Golden Community on a controlled trial to assess the effectiveness of a mobile-based vaccination outcome reporting and reminder system.
August 09, 2017
Author: Jill Shah
Six takeaways from Tech Salon NYC
Last Thursday, we had the honor of getting together with many of our peers and partners in New York City to discuss opportunities and challenges in delivering technology for global health equity. The discussion was moderated by Linda Raftree of Tech Salon, sponsored by Medic Mobile and Praekelt, and hosted by Thoughtworks.
August 03, 2017
Posted by: Alix Emden
Medic Mobile's board of directors visits Nairobi office
Earlier this month, Medic Mobile’s Nairobi office hosted our full board of directors, several of whom were visiting Kenya for the first time. As a co-founder of Medic Mobile, Isaac Holeman has had the pleasure of seeing both the board and this office grow over time and offers reflections on this first coming together.
July 19, 2017
Author: Shreya Bhatt
Local government funding to support Medic Mobile’s Tools in Nepal
We’re thrilled to share that local government in Nepal has recently provided funding support for the use of Medic Mobile’s tools!
June 29, 2017
Author: Jacqueline Edwards
Reflections from the 2017 ICT4D Conference in Hyderabad
Just about a month ago, members of our team gathered in Hyderabad, India for an action packed 4 days at the ICT4D Conference. We chatted with partners, caught up with old friends, learned about new tools, and had honest discussions about what it takes to implement the Principles for Digital Development.
June 21, 2017
Author: Marc Abbyad
Improving our development cycle with continuous integration
At Medic Mobile, we aim to build high-quality tools for health workers with a distributed product team. In this post, we discuss our use of continuous integration to help us keep our code base in a working and stable state.