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CommCare

CommCare is a turnkey solution for community health and extension workers that provides case management, data collection, and data management. Sign up for an account today!

CommConnect

CommConnect is a solution for building SMS applications allowing for two-way messaging, conditional reminders, surveys and broadcast messages. It can be used on its own, or integrated into a CommCare application. Learn More

CommTrack

CommTrack is a tool for mobile logistics and supply chain management. It supports mobile workers for better stock tracking, requisition planning, and delivery acknowledgement using either SMS or a CommCare application. Learn More

Research

Dimagi works domestically and across the world researching how technology can improve outcomes.

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Staff Blog

14 October 2014

Dimagi in Myanmar, and opening borders to mHealth

According to WHO, in 2000, Myanmar’s health care system was ranked the second worst in the world, with tens of… Read More

13 October 2014

Training 300+ CHWs to use CommCare in Haiti

Dimagi and Pathfinder International conducted a series of large scale trainings throughout the month of September with twelve Haitian implementing… Read More

7 October 2014

[Français] Un blog du “self-starter” Aquaya : Utilisant CommCare pour la collecte de données de l’eau en Sénégal

Le blog suivant a été écrit par Annette Fay à Aquaya , l’une des seules organisations du secteur de l’eau… Read More

Recent News

1 October 2014

Dimagi’s CSO Speaks at M&E Tech Conference

On September 25th, Dimagi CSO Neal Lesh presented Dimagi’s data work at the M&E Tech conference in Washington DC. In a… Read More

23 September 2014

Dimagi DIV work showcased at the UNGA MDG Countdown

As part of the opening of the UN General Assembly, USAID and partners hosted a side “MDG Countdown event to… Read More

23 September 2014

Dimagi Joins the Greentree Consensus

As part of the Greentree Consensus, numerous development organizations established nine “principles for digital development” that are “meant to inform…the… Read More