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Post authored by Kanika Malik, one of Medic’s former Project Managers based in New Delhi. Pictured above (left to right) Jacqueline Edwards, Brian Ssennoga, Chris Lukolyo, Kanika Malik, and Michael Korir In what is becoming a tradition for our team, Medic teammates participated in the 2019 ICT4D Conference in Kampala last month.
The 88 teammates that make up Medic Mobile are spread across 11 countries, 33 cities, and 5 continents. This means we spend a lot of time in the air, traveling across the globe on long-haul flights so we can collaborate in person. For our first full team meet up last
Post authored by Gareth Bowen, Medic’s Chief Architect. Medic Mobile is excited to announce the release of the next version of the Community Health Application Framework: 3.4.0. This release adds customizable branding and has several improvements for performance and scalability. Scale to support more users In previous versions, users who had an
Community Health Toolkit New Partner, New Commitment to Ending Health Disparities for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Post authored by Francesca Garrett, Medic’s Community of Practice Manager. In the hours before the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019, Medic Mobile, the stewards of the Community Health Toolkit, joined over 100 global health leaders at the Global Inclusive Health Forum. Together, they made a commitment to equip 10,0000 community
Post authored by Gareth Bowen, Medic’s Chief Architect. Medic Mobile is excited to announce the release of the next version of the Community Health Application Framework: 3.3.0. This release adds a few new important features and a slew of improvements that build on existing functionality. Purging When users create documents