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

We Are All Health Workers: Meet Kennedy Oruenjo

Kennedy Odiambo Oreunjo is the County Director of Health in Siaya County, Kenya. He is a public health specialist with a master’s degree in Public Health and Community Health & Development and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Public Health. He is passionate about engaging communities in finding affordable solutions

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Medic Launches Medic Labs

Post originally published on PRNewswire Medic Launches Medic Labs: A New Tech Accelerator for Global Health with an Initial $3 Million Investment from The Rockefeller Foundation Medic Labs will Incubate Breakthrough Ideas in Data Science and Precision Public Health, Bringing the Strengths of the Tech Community to The Challenge of Health For All

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Medic’s Board of Directors Evolves for Our Next Phase

We are at an inflection point for our work advancing global health equity. Half of the world’s population still lacks access to the care they need, but we see a path forward that combines health system strengthening, creative system redesign, collective action, and human-centered application of technology to support equitable

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What’s new in the Core Framework: 3.8.0

Welcome to a fresh decade, and a fresh release of the Core Framework! This release is the first of many planned for 2020 and focuses primarily on re-building our tasks and targets engine from the ground up to use less memory, run faster and allow for more flexibility and analysis.

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Announcing Medic’s ANC Reference App for the Community Health Toolkit

As the technical steward of Community Health Toolkit, we are committed to maintaining and advancing the Core Framework and to sharing resources to make building impactful community health apps easy and fun! Driven by this commitment and guided by the CHT’s community principles, we’re thrilled to announce the addition of our first reference application

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