8 apps revolutionizing maternal health care in developing nations


We’re excited to see the collaboration between SWASTI, Karuna Trust and D-tree to develop an application for use by Auxiliary Nurse Midwives in Karnataka, India was recognized as one of the applications changing the way healthcare is delivered around the world.   Read the full article here    

Join us at the Global mHealth Forum!


The 2014 mHealth Summit is underway this week in Washington, DC and we are excited to be part of the 1st ever Global mHealth Forum. We’ll have representatives from our Lilongwe, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar offices there presenting our projects in maternal and child health. Dr Marc Mitchell [Evidence] Does This Work? Tools and Results Read More

Read Marc Mitchell’s blog post on mHealth for Maternal Health


What’s new, what’s missing and where are we headed? Marc discusses the history of mHealth and promising future initiatives in this post for the Maternal Health Task Force

15 Organizations Changing The World Through Healthcare


D-tree is proud to be highlighted as part of this group of health innovators: 15 Organizations Changing The World Through Healthcare

mHealth in Malawi: Challenges and Opportunities


Great article on the potential of mHealth in Malawi and as a key growth area for the mobile sector: http://www.gsma.com/mobilefordevelopment/mhealth-in-malawi-challenges-and-opportunities

Come see D-tree at the mHealth Summit!


We’re excited to hear about all the great work being done in mHealth this year at the mHealth Summit. We’d love to connect up with everyone, so please come see us at booth #726 You can also see D-tree team members presenting at the following sessions The Potential of Mobile Phone-Based Social Media for Community Read More

Nice mention of our Family Planning collaboration in Tanzania with Pathfinder and FHI360


Nice mention of our collaboration equipping community health workers to provide better Family Planning services and Home Based Care services for people living with HIV/AIDs. http://www.populationmedia.org/2013/11/06/mhealth-in-tanzania-improving-delivery-quality-of-community-home-based-care/

New project in MCH Tanzania


We’re excited to begin working on a new maternal and child health project with EGPAF, Johnson & Johnson and the mHealth Alliance in Tanzania. This project will continue our work build an integrated maternal and child health application and allow health workers to provide high quality care from prenatal through to the postpartum period for Read More

Effectiveness of clinician adherence to protocols study


Key study showing evidence of effectiveness of mHealth published in Biomed Central vol 13. ”Using electronic technology to improve clinical care – results from a before-after cluster trial to evaluate assessment and classification of sick children according to Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) protocol in Tanzania” The results suggest that the use of electronic IMCI protocols Read More

Implementation of a phone-based triage algorithm in Malawi


Rachel Perrin of the Meningitis Research Foundation blogs on the mHealth Alliance website about the project to develop and implement a mobile-phoned based triaging system in clinics around Blantyre in Malawi.