Burundi

Village Health Works (VHW) and Medic and have collaborated since early 2017 to develop mobile-based care coordination to strengthen community health service delivery and coordination in Kigutu, Burundi.

DRC

In Goma, DRC, we partner with Médécins Sans Frontiéres (MSF) to support the Ministry of Health in deploying an open-source system to assist health workers in monitoring at-risk patients/cohorts during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The tools enable

Ghana

In Ghana, we partner with Rural Health Collaborative to deploy automation of antenatal care (ANC) reminders to increase uptake of ANC at the community level and increase facility-based delivery rates.

 

India

Through a unique partnership within the Skoll Foundation’s global network of awardees, Barefoot College and Medic came together in 2017 to leverage low-cost mobile technology to reduce maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity in India.

Kenya

Launching our work in 2011, Medic has spent more than a decade working alongside implementing partners such as CMMB Kenya, Safari Doctors, Living Goods, Health Right International, Christian Aid, Kilifi Kids as well as county governments of Siaya, Kisumu and Vihiga to design and deploy custom CHT applications.

Malawi

Medic has been working with PIH since 2018 to implement the CHT across a network of  530  CHWs  in the Neno District of Malawi. The CHT supports CHWs and their supervisors in care coordination for ANC, PNC, IMM, IMCI, FP, NCD, TB, HIV, Malnutrition, Hospitalization, and eTrace.

Mali

In Mali, Medic has worked in deep collaboration with Muso since 2014 to support 450 of Muso’s health workers and supervisors with integrated care workflows and health worker performance management.

Nepal

For nearly a decade, Medic has worked in partnership with Nepal’s Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) and provincial and local governments to harness technology for community health systems strengthening. This work builds on efforts that began as a pilot in Baglung district in 2012.

Niger

In Niger, Medic has partnered with Épicentre and Médecins Sans Frontières to develop and deploy an app supporting the Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 alert management and investigation efforts.

Philippines

In the Philippines, CHT Technical Partner International Care Ministries has developed a Community Health Champion App in collaboration for  ANC, Postnatal Care and family planning now used by nearly 1,300 community health champions.

South Africa

In South Africa, Medic is partnering with University of Washington’s International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) and the Aurum Institute Center for HIV-AIDS Prevention Studies (CHAPS) on a randomized controlled trial (RCT) adapting a two-way texting (2WT) solution to make post-surgical follow up for voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) more efficient, streamline in-person care, reduce provider workload and decrease patient burden while maintaining the quality of care.

Togo

Medic has worked with Integrate Health (IH) in Togo since 2017 to support digitally-enabled CHWs, midwives, clinical mentors, supervisors, and nurses. Health workers actively use CHT-based apps to support antenatal care (ANC), family planning, integrated community case management (ICCM), malnutrition, and postnatal care (PNC). 

Uganda

Medic has worked in Uganda since 2016 to design and deploy digital health apps powered by the Community Health Toolkit in partnership with Living Goods, BRAC, Strong Minds, Intrahealth International, and Malaria Consortium.

Tanzania - Zanzibar

In Zanzibar, Medic supports D-Tree International, who partner with the Zanzibar Ministry of Health to implement the CHT-based Jamii ni Afya app as part of their digital health program to Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) and Supervisors to provide health services within their communities.

Zimbabwe

Medic, Zim-Ttech, and the ZAZIC consortium have partnered for 3 years beginning with an RCT studying post-operative two-way texting for voluntary medical male circumcision client follow-up that involved over 700 clients.

Impact

Global reach of the Community Health Toolkit

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Kenya: 

Zanzibar

Niger

Mali

Nepal

Uganda

 Democratic Republic of Congo

Burundi

Malawi

Zimbabwe

South Africa

Philippines

India

Ghana

Togo

The CHT has been selected as the national platform for digital community health in 6 countries, with roadmaps to scale to their collective 360,000 Community Health Workers.

Team

Fully remote, deeply connected

94

Total Teammates

21

New Hires

13

Time Zones

94

Total Teammates

21

New Hires

13

Time Zones

Connection​

20 different types of engagement events, teammates bonded and connected with the mission an one another virtually like never before.

Teammate connection: 4-day global virtual retreat

Cultural connection: Nepali festivals & team French classes

Care​

25% promotion rate - Deep prioritization of professional growth and development.

4 additional team-wide office closures for mental health

Fully-flexible work schedule to meet the new and emerging needs of blending work life and home life

Medic was a remote-first culture well before the pandemic’s impact on life and work as we all know it – a team of veteran champions of Slack emojis, chai tea happy hours, and cross-team strategic goal-setting. Globally dispersed with flexible schedules in every time zone, here’s how our team stayed connected and motivated – through challenge and change – in another remote year.

Coalitions

  • Community Health Impact Coalition
  • Digital Public Goods Alliance
  • Fast Forward
  • iCOHS
  • Innovations in Healthcare
  • Unlock Aid
  • A Better World Fund
  • Anonymous
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Bohemian Foundation
  • BlackRock
  • Bruce Campbell
  • The Chicago Community Foundation
  • Code and Theory
  • Crown Family Philanthropies
  • Digital Square
  • Dovetail Impact Foundation
  • The ELMA Foundation
  • Fast Forward
  • Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND)
  • The Horace H. Goldsmith Foundation
  • Google.org
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • The Herrnstein Family Foundation
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Merrill Schneider Foundation
  • Mulago Foundation
  • Panorama Global
  • The Pfizer Foundation
  • The Ray & Tye Noorda Foundation
  • Rippleworks, Inc.
  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • Sall Family Foundation
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Skoll Foundation
  • UCLA BioBusiness
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  • Barefoot College
  • Beehyv
  • BRAC
  • CMMB
  • DataKind
  • Dimagi
  • D-Tree International
  • International Care Ministries
  • Ilara Health
  • Integrate Health
  • International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH)
  • JKUAT
  • Last Mile Health
  • Living Goods
  • Malaria Consortium
  • Médecins Sans Frontières
  • Muso
  • Ona
  • Palladium
  • Partners in Health
  • Rural Health Collaborative
  • Safari Doctors
  • SunyaEk
  • Totohealth
  • Triggerise
  • UNICEF
  • University of Washington
  • VisorTech
  • Village Health Works
  • VMMC Zimbabwe
  • Ministry of Health, Kenya
  • Ministry of Health, Mali
  • Ministry of Health, Niger
  • Ministry of Health, Uganda
  • Ministry of Health, Zanzibar
  • Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal
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Medic and a group of leading organizations serving last-mile communities launched the CHT as a digital global good and open-source project to support the development of digital health interventions, achieve universal health coverage and advance global health equity. We iterated on core framework versions 2.x and released versions 3.0 and 3.1.

2018

The CHT Forum was launched to serve as an open space for conversations, collaborative resource development, and free support from the CHT Community of Practice. We released core framework versions 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, and 3.7.

2019

The CHT Documentation website launched as a comprehensive resource to learn how to design, build, implement, and maintain CHT apps. New resources continue to be added to make app building easier, quicker, and more efficient. We released versions 3.8, 3.9, and 3.10.

2020

The CHT Community Round-up Call series launched to inform the community about recent product releases and future planned initiatives. We released versions 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13 – each of which included new features requested by both our developer community and health workers that use the tools each day.

2021

2018

Medic and a group of leading organizations serving last-mile communities launched the CHT as a digital global good and open-source project to support the development of digital health interventions, achieve universal health coverage and advance global health equity. We iterated on core framework versions 2.x and released versions 3.0 and 3.1.

2019

The CHT Forum was launched to serve as an open space for conversations, collaborative resource development, and free support from the CHT Community of Practice. We released core framework versions 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, and 3.7.

2020

The CHT Documentation website launched as a comprehensive resource to learn how to design, build, implement, and maintain CHT apps. New resources continue to be added to make app building easier, quicker, and more efficient. We released versions 3.8, 3.9, and 3.10.

2021

The CHT Community Round-up Call series launched to inform the community about recent product releases and future planned initiatives. We released versions 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13 – each of which included new features requested by both our developer community and health workers that use the tools each day.

Assets
As of December 31, 2021*
Current Assets
   Cash and Cash Equivalents

2,570,971

     Accounts Receivable, Net

230,914

     Other Current Assets

230,914

Total Current Assets

6,707,579

As steward of and core contributor to the CHT, Medic is committed to ensuring the platform’s capabilities and technical framework are simultaneously maintained and advanced, but also to supporting the CHT’s usability and adoption by the community at-large. It is our belief that stewarding and investing in the CHT as a digital public good is the best pathway to scale digital community health around the world – and may be the only path to local technical ownership and financial sustainability in Low- and Middle- Income Countries (LMICs).

Insights garnered through global implementation and deep collaboration lead Medic to pursue a product roadmap that accelerates growth among our network of implementing and technical partners so that others can build CHT apps with greater ease, autonomy, and speed for last mile communities.

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  • Digital Public Goods Alliance
  • Fast Forward
  • iCOHS
  • Innovations in Healthcare
  • Unlock Aid
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  • A Better World Fund
  • Anonymous
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Bohemian Foundation
  • Mr. Bruce F. Campbell
  • Children’s Investment Fund Foundation
  • The Chicago Community Foundation
  • Code and Theory
  • Crown Family Philanthropies
  • Digital Square
  • Dovetail Impact Foundation
  • The ELMA Foundation
  • Fast Forward
  • Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND)
  • The Horace H. Goldsmith Foundation
  • The Horace H. Goldsmith Foundation
  • Google.org
  • The Herrnstein Family Foundation
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Merrill Schneider Foundation
  • Mulago Foundation
  • Panorama Global
  • The Pfizer Foundation
  • The Ray & Tye Noorda Foundation
  • Rippleworks, Inc.
  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • Sall Family Foundation
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Skoll Foundation
  • UCLA BioBusiness
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  • Barefoot College
  • Beehyv
  • BRAC
  • CMMB
  • DataKind
  • Dimagi
  • D-Tree International
  • International Care Ministries
  • Ilara Health
  • Integrate Health
  • International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH)
  • JKUAT
  • Last Mile Health
  • Living Goods
  • Malaria Consortium
  • Médecins Sans Frontières
  • Muso
  • Ona
  • Palladium
  • Partners in Health
  • Rural Health Collaborative
  • Safari Doctors
  • SunyaEk
  • Totohealth
  • Triggerise
  • UNICEF
  • University of Washington
  • VisorTech
  • Village Health Works
  • VMMC Zimbabwe
  • Ministry of Health, Kenya
  • Ministry of Health, Mali
  • Ministry of Health, Niger
  • Ministry of Health, Uganda
  • Ministry of Health, Zanzibar
  • Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal

Community Health Impact Coalition • Digital Public Goods Alliance • Fast Forward • iCOHS • Innovations in Healthcare • Unlock Aid

A Better World Fund • Anonymous • Amazon Web Services (AWS) • Bohemian Foundation • Bruce Campbell
• The Chicago Community Foundation • Code and Theory • Crown Family Philanthropies • Digital Square • Dovetail Impact Foundation • The ELMA Foundation • Fast Forward • Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) • The Horace H. Goldsmith Foundation • Google.org • The Herrnstein Family Foundation • Johnson & Johnson • Merrill Schneider Foundation • Mulago Foundation • Panorama Global • The Pfizer Foundation • The Ray & Tye Noorda Foundation • Rippleworks, Inc. • Rockefeller Foundation • Sall Family Foundation • Silicon Valley Community Foundation • Skoll Foundation • UCLA BioBusiness

Barefoot College • Beehyv • BRAC • CMMB • DataKind • Dimagi • D-Tree International • International Care Ministries • Ilara Health • Integrate Health • International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) • JKUAT • Last Mile Health • Living Goods • Malaria Consortium • Médecins Sans Frontières • Muso • Ona • Palladium • Partners in Health • Rural Health Collaborative • Safari Doctors • SunyaEk • Totohealth • Triggerise • UNICEF • University of Washington • VisorTech • Village Health Works • VMMC Zimbabwe • Ministry of Health, Kenya • Ministry of Health, Mali • Ministry of Health, Niger • Ministry of Health, Uganda • Ministry of Health, Zanzibar • Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal

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A Better World Fund • Anonymous • Amazon Web Services (AWS) • Bohemian Foundation • Bruce Campbell
• The Chicago Community Foundation • Code and Theory • Crown Family Philanthropies • Digital Square • Dovetail Impact Foundation • The ELMA Foundation • Fast Forward • Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) • The Horace H. Goldsmith Foundation • Google.org • The Herrnstein Family Foundation • Johnson & Johnson • Merrill Schneider Foundation • Mulago Foundation • Panorama Global • The Pfizer Foundation • The Ray & Tye Noorda Foundation • Rippleworks, Inc. • Rockefeller Foundation • Sall Family Foundation • Silicon Valley Community Foundation • Skoll Foundation • UCLA BioBusiness

Barefoot College • Beehyv • BRAC • CMMB • DataKind • Dimagi • D-Tree International • International Care Ministries • Ilara Health • Integrate Health • International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) • JKUAT • Last Mile Health • Living Goods • Malaria Consortium • Médecins Sans Frontières • Muso • Ona • Palladium • Partners in Health • Rural Health Collaborative • Safari Doctors • SunyaEk • Totohealth • Triggerise • UNICEF • University of Washington • VisorTech • Village Health Works • VMMC Zimbabwe • Ministry of Health, Kenya • Ministry of Health, Mali • Ministry of Health, Niger • Ministry of Health, Uganda • Ministry of Health, Zanzibar • Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal

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