Dimagi was mentioned in Digital Journal’s article announcing the Norway Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) $9.9 Million commitment to support the use of innovative mobile technologies to improve maternal and child health. This commitment covers a three-year period during which the mHealth Alliance will sponsor competitions and award grants to organizations with capacity to scale up evidence-based mHealth interventions that improve health outcomes for pregnant women, newborns, and children.

In 2011, Dimagi was one of eight receipts of catalytic grants offered by the mHealth Alliance’s Innovation Working Group to improve case management for maternal and child health in India using CommCare, Dimagi’s open-source support tool for community health workers. IWG catalytic grants are offered to achieve objectives related to scale, sustainability, and partnership-building.