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Press - February 18, 2021
Voting is now open for the Nominees of the OpenSRP Governance Structure!
The OpenSRP Governance Structure will be launched during a virtual event on 11 March 2021 at 9am EST, 2pm GMT, 4pm SAST, 5pm EAT Please participate in this historic event by voting for the nominees!
Work - January 19, 2021
OpenSRP Governance Structure
In its journey to becoming a mature, global goods, digital health product, OpenSRP (Open Smart Register Platform) is formalizing a governance structure that will help steer the tool to new heights.
Press - November 05, 2020
WHO Family Planning Reference App featured in the PACE Project’s Digital Health Compendium
As low- and middle-income countries transition from paper to digital systems, family planning (FP) programs can benefit from unprecedented opportunities to improve services. The Digital Health Compendium from the PACE Project collects case studies to give policy and program decisionmakers insights on real-world applications of digital health, promising practices, and challenges that can be applied to FP programs.
Work - October 28, 2020
OpenSRP in Malawi: empowering facility health workers for better health outcomes
The Malawi eRegister Project is a new initiative to digitize the Bilira Health Center in Ntcheu district–Malawi to improve health outcomes through optimization and improvement of health service delivery. Ona helped to customize, develop, and launch the OpenSRP solution, which aims to streamline workflows by digitally tracking clients and their current health status. Health workers are using
Press - October 15, 2020
Ona, WHO, and CEMICAMP publish paper on the systematic process of transforming ANC guidelines into a reference mobile app
Ona, WHO, and CEMICAMP recently published Building a Digital Tool for the Adoption of the World Health Organization’s Antenatal Care Recommendations in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. The paper discusses the iterative process our teams took translating the WHO recommendations on antenatal care for a positive pregnancy experience into a reference mobile application built on top of OpenSRP.
Press - July 30, 2020
OpenSRP included in John Hopkins List of Leading Digital Solutions for Covid-19 Response
From the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve been doing what we can to help and watching in awe at the work and dashboards from Johns Hopkins. Accordingly, we were incredibly honored to find OpenSRP listed as a notable digital solution for COVID-19 Response in a recent asesssment from Johns Hopkins Global mHealth Initiative and the Bloomberg School
Work - April 29, 2019
Building Open Guidelines for Rapid Diagnostic Tests
Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) are used around the world as low-cost disposable tests capable of diagnosing a variety of common diseases, such as malaria, syphilis, and HIV. These tests come in a variety of shapes and formats, which poses challenges for accurate use and interpretation by the clinicians and community health workers providing care. Below
Press - November 19, 2018
At WHO presenting on Innovative Digital Strategies for Equity and Effectiveness
On Thursday, November 8th we will be speaking at the World Health Organization (WHO) on innovative digital strategies that work towards health for all people. This talk is hosted by the Innovations Hub and the Reproductive Health and Research (RHR) Department. This is following a great meeting we’ve had with colleagues at WHO and across
Work - November 16, 2018
The Better Immunization Data Story
Ona’s involvement in PATH’s BID Initiative began in January 2017, when we started developing the Zambia Electronic Immunization Register (ZEIR), in partnership with PATH, Zambia MOH, and BlueCode. ZEIR, built on top of OpenSRP, targets nurses and other frontline health workers in Zambia to help them track immunizations and identify missed children. Read about the entire experience in
Press - October 20, 2018
Ona at the WFP and Gates Foundation Vaccine Delivery Workshop
We spent last week at the WFP Innovation Accelerator in Munich. As the winner of a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation GCE grant for vaccine delivery, Ona, mPower, and the JHU SPH workshopped our True Cover project. We were one of eight teams selected to refine our ideas while networking with mentors, experts, and each