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We Are All Health Workers: Meet Manoj Khadka!

Interview conducted and reviewed by Nitin Bhandari, Deployment Manager. Pictured above, Manoj Khadka at our full team meetup in Diani, Kenya.   At Medic, Senior Project Managers implement and manage deployments and partnerships alongside key partners including government health systems and INGOs. They provide support, meet deliverables, and assist with project deployments. They also


What’s new in version 3.0

Post authored by Gareth Bowen, Medic’s Chief Architect.   Medic Mobile is thrilled to announce the release of the next major version of the Community Health Application Framework: 3.0.0. We’re particularly excited about this release as it greatly improves much of the critical infrastructure that runs the software. While it may seem like little has


Designing Analytics Dashboards with Municipality Health Coordinators

Post authored by our Asia Design Team. Pictured above: Director of Delivery, Ranju Sharma, sketching mockups in our Kathmandu office. Medic Mobile has equipped over 6,200 Female Community Health Volunteers in Nepal with SMS-based mHealth tools for maternal and child care coordination in partnership with Ministry of Health. This feature-phone


Introducing the Community Health Toolkit

Today, I am incredibly excited to announce that we are launching the Community Health Toolkit with an inspiring group of partners. The toolkit is an open-source project, and the products will serve, collectively, as a public good for global health. For more background on the toolkit, I recommend reading through the site


We Are All Health Workers: Meet Mercy Amulele!

Interview conducted by Michael Korir, one of Medic’s Project Managers based in Nairobi, Kenya. Pictured above, Mercy Amulele.   Medic is a diverse team made up of designers, developers, researchers, and public health specialists. We are united by a common desire to improve health outcomes in rural communities around the world. At Medic, Project

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