Central and South America

Born in Kenya, Magpi is in use in every region of the world, from megacities to some of the most rural areas on earth.

IFRC Fighting Malaria, Measles and Supporting WASH Projects with Rapid Mobile Surveys

Developed by the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC), the Rapid Mobile Phone (RAMP) data collection – running on Magpi – enables national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies,… IFRC Fighting Malaria, Measles and Supporting WASH Projects with Rapid Mobile Surveys

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Two-way Communication with Farmers

In Chile, as in many countries, rural areas are characterized by very low levels of connectivity. This, in combination with low population density and relatively low levels of income for… Two-way Communication with Farmers

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Evaluating Cash Transfers in Guatemala

The Government of Guatemala’s Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program used Magpi (formerly EpiSurveyor) with entry-level cell phones to dramatically reduce costs, facilitate accuracy and accelerate implementation of a nation-wide survey… Evaluating Cash Transfers in Guatemala

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Monitoring mHealth in Jamaica

The University of North Carolina’s MEASURE Evaluation worked with the Jamaican Ministry of Health to monitor and evaluate mHealth interventions using Magpi on iOS devices. Major findings in regards to… Monitoring mHealth in Jamaica

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Viral Research in Indigenous Populations

Long-time Magpi users Magaly Blas and Isaac Alva, researchers at the Unit of HIV and STD epidemiology at Cayetano Heredia University in Lima, Peru, have been using the completely free version of Magpi to… Viral Research in Indigenous Populations

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Remote Data Collection

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