We address global challenges with locally-driven initiatives. Our projects connect people, make information accessible, and nudge behaviours for social good.

Building relationships to make childbirth safer

No woman or baby should die during childbirth. For safer pregnancies, Liga Inan ('connecting mothers') facilitates two-way communication between pregnant women, family members and health providers.

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Using social accountability to improve healthcare

Feedback drives action, so services can better meet people’s needs. In partnership with the government, our quality control initiative is designed to improve hospitals and clinics.

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Preparing emergency services for patients

From faster response to better coordination, technology can help people save lives. The Ambulansia program improves information sharing so people can provide better care.

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Enabling an inclusive health service

Healthcare can better support people with disabilities. The ‘disability booklet’ encourages personalised, continuous support from health professionals.

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Equipping teachers with confidence in the classroom

Evidence tells us that to improve student learning, we need to address teachers’ skills, motivation, access to resources, and school governance.

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Supporting leaders to improve school quality

Education is a powerful foundation for strong economies. By supporting robust education systems, we can provide kids with the opportunity to learn. That’s what Eskola (‘school’, in Tetun) is all about.

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Strengthening Myanmar’s education system

Improvements in education policy and planning have nationwide economic, social and political benefits.

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Aid Coordination
Tracking aid funding through open data

By making aid information available, we can improve transparency and make sure it goes where it’s needed.

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Digital program management for the aid sector

Coordination of aid projects can be challenging. Openly makes shared program management more efficient, so partners can be on the same page.

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Multi-sector collaboration to improve nutrition

Globally, around 162 million children under five suffer from stunting. But it isn’t just a health problem. There’s evidence we need a multi-sector approach.

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Agriculture and Environment
Toward food security in Timor-Leste

Access to food is a human right. Tracking growth, harvest, consumption and distribution can assist governments with decision-making and preparation.

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Monitoring environmental change

By working with people to record information, we can help respond to climate-related challenges in Papua New Guinea.

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Making the weather accessible

Knowing whether it’ll rain tomorrow can help farmers make decisions. Tempu is a multi-lingual platform that collates weather data from across the country, making it available to everyone.

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Law and Justice
Improving legal assistance for women

The justice process can be long and complicated. Digital case management helps organisations spend more time focusing on outcomes.

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Faster response for victims of violence

The Hamahon application connects frontline responders to refer women and children to the assistance they need, by making phone numbers accessible and editable.

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Market Development
Connecting local businesses with opportunities

The Tender Information Management Service builds local business opportunities through a two-way communication platform.

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