Tagged in Work

Press - April 18, 2018

Bill Gates gives a demo of mSpray at Malaria Summit 2018

Today we were humbled and amazed to see Bill Gates demo our work on mSpray, and describe it as pioneering! mSpray is a tool we developed with Akros in Zambia. With mSpray, we’ve shown that we can reduce malaria by 22% — that’s a 15% increase over traditional indoor residual spraying (IRS) programs. Using these

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Press - April 17, 2018

General Data Protection Regulation at Ona

The EU has introduced important new data privacy legislation called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will go in effect May 25th. This new sweeping regulation, introduced to strengthen the privacy rights of EU citizens, represents important new data protection guidelines that all organizations working on the internet should be aware of. GDPR is meant to protect

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Work - November 20, 2017

Avoiding Unsustainable ICT Implementation: Ona for Forest and Wildlife Law Enforcement in Laos

We are pleased to share a guest blog post written by Aidan Flanagan, who worked as a consultant to the Department of Forest Inspection (DOFI) in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Laos). In this post, he describes his experience creating an app with Ona to reduce illegal logging and poaching. Aidan believes it can serve as

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Press - November 13, 2017

How ACTED Kenya-Somalia uses Ona to Ensure Better Data Quality

We are pleased to share a guest blog post written by Rose Mutisya, from ACTED Kenya-Somalia. ACTED is an international NGO operating in 35 countries around the world and is committed to providing immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling

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Press - November 10, 2017

Champions and super users: the health workers behind BID’s success

Ona is partnering with PATH and the Zambian Ministry of Health and local technology partner, BlueCode, to adapt OpenSRP to the vaccination workflows of health workers in Zambia’s Southern Province. We wrote earlier this year about the project, which is in support of the Better Immunization Data (BID) Initiative. We are excited to repost this article

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Resources - October 10, 2017

New Feature: Merging Multiple Datasets Into One

Merging datasets is a new feature that lets you combine multiple datasets from different forms into a single dataset. When datasets are merged, data from 2+ parent datasets are combined and the child merged dataset gets updated whenever changes occur in the parent datasets. Viewing data in merged datasets is similar to other datasets, allowing

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Resources - September 13, 2017

Dynamically Clean Shared Data with Filtered Datasets

A filtered dataset is a subset of submitted data that satisfies certain conditions set by the user. Filtered datasets are helpful when you need to share a dataset with other users, yet want to keep certain fields or records private that are repetitive, irrelevant or sensitive. Suppose you carried out a baseline survey on households

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Work - June 14, 2017

An inside look at Zambia’s new electronic immunization registry

The following was originally written for and posted on the BID Initiative blog. It provides an update on the Zambian electronic immunization registry we’re building with Path, which we introduced in a previous post. Photo: Ona. Zambia’s paper-based immunization reporting systems of the past, are time-intensive and often result in longer wait times for patients. Back in

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Work - May 08, 2017

New Help Site Launched

We are excited to announce our new help site, which makes finding answers faster with improved search functionality and article categories. The new site lets you vote on whether articles are helpful so we can improve the content. Please note, you may experience 404 errors if you use links to the old website — in that

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Work - March 30, 2017

3,725 Health Posts Mapped in Jakarta in a Massive Grassroots Empowerment Effort

 Health posts in Jakarta mapped by PKK. We caught up with Renold Lim, a volunteer at Jakarta-based grassroots organization Pemberdayaan Kesejahteraan Keluarga (PKK), which aims to improve health services to the urban poor by sharing data about the realities of street-level health services. It is a colossal effort. Given that the city of 10 million

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