The ICT4D Corner
The intersection of technology
and social good.
Mobile Data Collection: How to Get Started
Mobile data collection is a method of compiling qualitative and quantitative inputs via a mobile device. This article introduces eight steps helpful steps from identifying your project objectives to sustaining your mobile data collection platform.
June 19, 2018
Why Peace Corps Cameroon Is Leveraging Mobile Data Collection in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
Peace Corps Cameroon volunteer D'Arcy Williams shares the challenges he had with old data collection process and successes his team experienced when they switched to a new mobile data collection tool for an HTC campaign during World AIDS Day 2017.
Dimagi Partner Blog
May 29, 2018
A New Mobile Data Collection App for Clubfoot Treatment with MiracleFeet
MiracleFeet, a mission-driven organization dedicated to the delivery of proper treatment for children born with clubfoot in low- and middle-income countries, describe the benefits of their CommCare-based CAST app and their plans for further deployment by mid-2019.
Dimagi Partner Blog
May 28, 2018
Paper to Digital
The majority of mHealth deployments we see consider migration off paper as an afterthought. As such, most of these programs never succeed in moving off paper at all.
May 22, 2018
Five design principles for digital products in developing regions
When working in underserved areas with limited infrastructure, try “designing under the mango tree.”
May 17, 2018
‘Offline First’ Is More Than a Download Button
The first in a series of posts from Dimagi’s CTO exploring the engineering principles behind the team’s mobile apps. Principle #1 focuses on building "Offline First."
May 14, 2018
Migrating a Legacy Codebase to RequireJS, Part 3
April 30, 2018
Midline Research Reveals Promising Results for mLabour Health Application
Contributing Authors: Molly Canty, Dimagi; Ali Flaming, Dimagi; Emily Keyes, FHI 360
April 20, 2018