Initial workshop in Kwale County bringing all partners together to discuss and agree on the roadmap of Smart Paper Technology in Kenya.
Here, the nurses are giving an educational health talk to mothers before starting immunization services at the Lunga-Lunga Sub-County Hospital. With less time on administration, health workers can spend more quality time with families.
Capacity building in action for health workers before they embark on their new journey with Smart Paper Technology in Kwale County.
Two health workers show the difference between using HMIS registers (on left) vs. Shifo's Smart Paper Forms (on right).
A Health Records Information Officer scans Smart Paper Forms at the Lunga-Lunga Sub-County Hospital after her initial training with Shifo team. This is going to transform how data is managed at her health facility.
With Shifo, health workers recieve key performance indicators (KPIs) through SMS. They can plot this information on boards at their health facility so they can see what they performed well in and what needs to be improved.
Partners in Kenya
Ministry of Health, Republic of Kenya
Kwale County Government
If you work to strengthen health systems and want to achieve better health outcomes by using reliable and relevant data, contact us to learn more about how we canpartner together to implement Smart Paper Technology Solution in your region.