Here, we share stories of collaboration, innovation, and impact. Check out what's new with our global team, tools, partnerships, and much more.

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


New Study: Precision Supervision and Personalized Feedback Dashboards Improve CHW Performance in Mali

Post authored by Beatrice Wasunna, Senior Researcher. The figure above shows Muso’s 360° Supervision system to actively and regularly mentor Community Health Workers for improved performance.  Our research and model-building partner Muso has achieved some of the lowest child mortality rates in sub-Saharan Africa, and we’re excited to share the results of a study that Muso and the


The importance of training: Community health work in Kenya

Olivia Ng recently concluded her summer internship with Medic in our Nairobi office. Below, she shares stories and insights from a field visit to Siaya County, Kenya where we were conducting training sessions with new users of our mobile tools. Olivia is a rising junior at Tufts University majoring in Community


7 tools our remote team uses to stay connected

Medic Mobile is comprised of 90 teammates distributed across 13 countries and spanning 30 cities, covering nearly every time zone! One third of our teammates work remotely, and the rest of our teammates are spread among three offices on three continents. This makes internal communication incredibly important to feeling connected

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