Our Work

Technology for Health

From service delivery and insights driven decision making to enabling work collaboration, technology makes us agile and efficient.

Advances in technology have not led to significant improvements within the public or even the private health system. Difficult attitudes, reluctance to change and experimentation, poor knowledge and skill sets, infrastructure and finance requirements, and the interoperability of various technologies are all critical factors that affect the less than expected growth and development over time.

We care about our people who work tirelessly to make a difference to the causes they are passionate about.

Guided by this commitment, our work enables our people to adopt technology to collaborate, learn, and shape new solutions. They add tremendous value to the health workforce, governments, programmes, thereby better serving the communities we reach.

Our solutions have shown real impact.

For instance, the application mCollect has tracked donations worth ₹5,600,000 raised by 6000+ members from 35 Community Organisations as of 31 March 2017; Taaras has helped track the vulnerability status and service delivery and uptake by 1,21,000+ members, increasing community engagement from 56% to 73%, over five years; United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Nigeria and the Government of Nigeria uses our Milestone App for effective decision making and better manage projects.

Our solutions leverage technology to accelerate social change in underserved and vulnerable communities. We invite civil society organisations, entrepreneurs, startups and companies to join hands and co-design technology solutions that can solve the most critical health problems of the poor.

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Our Thematic Experts

Shama Karkal

CEO, Swasti Health Catalyst

Prachi Patel


Ashish Melanta

Resident Expert, Technology Solutions

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