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Archives : Aug-2015

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Explainer Video: DataWinners Field Data Collection Service

DataWinners is a data collections service designed for the developing world. It helps organizations transition from paper-based data collection to digital data collection.

Smartphones and Smart Ladies: Informed Decision Making in Madagascar

Marie Stopes Madagascar provides a health care worker with a smartphone and DataWinners to help her spend her time where it’s needed most.

Innovation for African Countries Vulnerable to Climate Change

To spread climate change information UNDP-CIRDA brokered a new agreement between HNI and Airtel Uganda to expand the 3-2-1 on-demand messaging service.

Open New Lines of Communication: DataWinners’ New Help Center

Announcing the new DataWinners Help Center. We have completely overhauled our support materials to make using DataWinners as easy as possible.

Volvo Life Paint is the equivalent of Colt Camo Paint

Have you ever seen any gun industry publicity that emphasized how not to get shot by their product — and if you do it’s your own fault?

Phone Sex Ed in Madagascar: Youthful Additions to the 3‑2‑1 Service

100 new on-demand health messages available anytime and confidentially are the first to be developed in response to requests and feedback from adolescents.

Press Release: Madagascar Youth Calling

More than 100 health messages developed in collaboration with Madagascar teens will be added to the latest expansion of a free mobile messaging service.

Cyclones and Cell Phones

Madagascar’s National Bureau for Risk and Disaster Management (BNGRC) used our DataWinners platform to modernize its post-disaster data collection infrastructure.

Seeing Results and Reporting Accurately to Funders

Reporting rates improved by 1300 percent after the supervisors were trained to send their reports via text messages using HNI’s platform.

Gaetano Borriello: ‘The visionary and leader behind Open Data Kit’

Gaetano Borriello, the visionary and leader behind Open Data Kit, has died.

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