We Transform
Your Vision into an App

We design user-friendly apps to help your organization achieve its goals. 
We can help you find the right app tailored to your objectives. 
Some of our apps are picture-driven, so they can be used even by those unable to read in remote, isolated rural areas. Others are questionnaire-driven, 
allowing a quick and efficient evaluation of projects.

Picture Driven, Case Surveillance Apps

Easy to Use

User-friendly apps to be used by anyone through an intuitive interface.

Picture Driven Interface

Use of pictures make our apps accessible to everyone, including people unable to read.

Automatic Adapted UI

User Experience automatically adapted according to user role.

Customized look & feel

Our apps are unique because they are tailored to each national culture.

Featured picture-driven apps

Malaria Surveillance App for PSI

Ddesigned to report positive cases of malaria detected throughout Laos in near real-time. The tool is intended to be used by healthcare providers in the field. It is user-friendly and requires little to no technological knowledge.

CNM Malaria Surveillance app for the Cambodia National For Malaria Control

This app has been funded by Clinton Health Access Initiative (@CHAI_health) By collecting data points it helps tracking malaria cases, identifying outbreaks and re-directing resources to where most needed

Malaria Case Reporting app for Save The Children Myanmar

It keeps track of new cases, helps with diagnosis and automatically monitors stock of drugs & test kits to reduce stock-outs.
Case Study

Examples of features

Our apps can help your organization make better logistic decisions
based on data that is efficiently collected, easily accessible and available in near real time.

  • Keep track of disease cases and report them in near real-time.
  • Connection to DHIS2 to send data, so governments can monitor outbreaks and optimize responses.
  • Assist the pharmacist/physician in making the diagnosis and choosing the proper treatment, based on patient data (age, weight, pregnancy…)
  • Monitor stock of drugs and tests.

Technical Highlights

  • Based on SEWoR DHIS2 events (DHIS2 2.25-2.30)
  • Single user uploading all information
  • List of past cases (last 6 months from server)
  • Automatic login and auto-configuration (based on IMEI).
  • Limited statistics
  • Automatic events push in background
  • Metadata embedded
  • Easy to Mantain (server side)

Questionnaire-driven Apps

Quantitative Evaluation

Scores can be associated to questions to easily quantify an evaluation.

Intuitive interface

User-friendly apps that can be operated by anyone.

Instant Feedback

Users are motivated to fill in the questionnaires through useful feedback after completion.


A multimedia library with videos complete the user-friendly experience.

Featured Questionnaire-driven Apps

Connecting with Sara

A platform to track and engage with clients through their mobile phones. Using phone calls, text messages and social media, PSI can use Connecting with Sara to link her to care, provide her with relevant health information, and follow her through the continuum of care. Under Connecting with Sara, we have developed a new mobile app to enable community health workers to better follow-up with consumers and refer them to health services.
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An app to efficiently allocate resources dedicated to supervision visits within health care networks where and when they are needed most. HNQIS is an interactive tool composed of 4 modules designed to help quality assurance officers: plan their supervision visits to providers, assess providers’ performance in service provision, improve providers’ knowledge and skills, and monitor providers’ performance over time.


Quality assessment tool connected with DHIS2 servers. It synchronizes with DHIS2 in an initial sync process, and turns DHIS2 programs and data elements into surveys and questionnaires that the user is able to fill in offline from an Android device. The app was funded by PATH through the United States President’s Malaria Initiative-funded MalariaCare project and is widely used across several countries in Africa.
Case Study

Our apps can help your organization evaluate data in a more efficient way for any project:
from health facilities evaluation to family planning campaigns to working environments.

Examples of features

  • Feedback report for the healthcare providers: completed surveys can can be revised and the correct answers are displayed.
  • Multimedia library: resources to make the feedback more easily interpreted. Videos show information related to questions answered incorrectly.
  • Scores associated to questions to easily measure the quality in a quantitative manner.
  • Connection to DHIS2 to send data, so governments can monitor outbreaks and optimize responses.

Technical Highlights

  • Based on DHIS2 events (DHIS2 2.25-2.30)
  • Configurable metadata from DHIS2 objects
  • Register user ID
  • Capability to create surveys from another app
  • Backend: DHIS2 or json-based webservice
  • Backend: code decoupled from DHIS2, high adaptability to any backend
  • Monitoring & planning of assessments module
  • Automatic events push in background
  • Easy to maintain server side
  • Use elements SDK to register biometrics information
  • Offline/Online detection (online modules cache+refresh)
  • Web vs Android modules