Krishna has been supporting Dimagi’s work in India since 2011 out of New Delhi. He loves getting things done – and is motivated to do so by his exceptionally talented and interesting colleagues. Previously Krishna managed operations at Community Lab, a startup development organization in New York, where he gained an appreciation for interdisciplinary approaches to development.
Krishna completed his undergraduate studies in History at New York University, where he was a member of the South Asian Studies Program Initiative and helped organize the first annual Global South Asia Conference. He is a student of the tabla and tries his best to practice every day.
During a recent trip to India, Dimagi CEO Jonathan Jackson spoke at a seminar, “mHealth Package: Development and Assessment,” hosted by the Foundation for Research in Health Systems in Bangalore on October 18. Jonathan spoke about CommCare, Dimagi’s mobile application for health workers. Other technologies presented included the Maternal and Child Tracking System, e-Mamta, and MOTECH.
Dimagi CEO Jonathan Jackson recently spoke at the first ever MIT-India conference, held on September 23 at the MIT Media Lab. Jonathan served as on the panel “Healthcare Within the Reach of Billions,” discussing what it would take to make healthcare universally accessible and affordable in India. Other topics at the conference included energy distribution and […]
The USAID Development Innovation Ventures team recently paid a visit to a project site of Dimagi partner Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in Kaushambi, Uttar Pradesh. The team got a chance to see CommCare in action and the visit even made it into the local news, in an article titled “Health department has become high-tech.” CRS’s pregnancy application […]
Dimagi Chief Strategy Officer Dr. Neal Lesh recently attended the UN-backed Business Call to Action’s “Enhancing Value through Inclusive Business” workshop in New York, where he announced Dimagi’s commitment to scale CommCare in India to 70,000 community health workers, promoting healthcare among seven million Indians in rural areas over the next three years. Workshop attendees discussed the role companies can play in achieving the […]