Magpi is the fastest, easiest, and least expensive way to create electronic forms and deploy them to the field, with no need for programmers or technicians. We have decades of experience in supporting field surveys in even the most remote locations.
Skip logic, offline entry, automatic updates, photos, GPS stamping – it’s all there, for iOS and Android devices. And you can easily create integrated workflows – without programming – that feed your critical data into your SQL database, Salesforce account, Google spreadsheet, or almost any other web-accessible system. Key values can also trigger alerts, to-do items, or custom report delivery.
Although Magpi can be used for any kind of mobile data collection in the field – from household surveys to drilling rig safety checks – our start in global health means that many Magpi uses are health-related. As an example, long-time Magpi users 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 assess the association between the Human Papilloma Virus and the Human T-lymphotropic virus (HTLV) in indigenous women from the Peruvian Amazon. These researchers want to see if HTLV has a similar behavior as HIV with regards to increasing risk for cervical cancer. Their use of Magpi has been so successful that they have used it for many other purposes, including one in Lima concerning HPV prevalence among men who have sex with men.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grantee Dr. Michelle Rogers, of Drexel University, used her funding to evaluate how Magpi (then called EpiSurveyor) might be used to strengthen health services, and encourage… Using Mobile to Strengthen Health Services and Integration for ChildrenRead More
John Snow, Inc. (JSI) used Magpi mobile data collection for the Liberian Agricultural Upgrading, Nutrition and Child Health (LAUNCH) project, to improve food security of vulnerable people in Liberia. LAUNCH… Mobile Nutrition and Child Health Monitoring in LiberiaRead More
In May 2012, Sierra Leone experienced the the twice-yearly Maternal and Child Health Week (MCHW) integrated vitamin A supplementation and supplementary measles vaccination to reach all children 6–59 months (similar to… Vaccination Coverage Survey in Sierra LeoneRead More
Internews used Magpi in the Dadaab refugee camps — considered the largest in the world — to conduct interviews and better understand how information ﬂows, how it is accessed, shared… Up-to-Date Information for Refugees and Displaced PeopleRead More