Update: March 18, 2020

To support the rapid rollout of applications for COVID-19 response, you can import application templates directly from the COVID-19 template library, you can read more about these apps here.

For other applications, please continue to follow the process below.

Below is a list of Dimagi-developed Starter applications using CommCare. To access a list of applications that have been developed by non-Dimagi organizations that are available for general use, please visit CommCare Exchange - Applications published by other organizations.

If you'd like to import one of these applications into your CommCare project space, please contact support@dimagi.com . 

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Contact Tracing Version 2.0



The starter application takes lessons learned from contact tracing in past Ebola outbreaks to create a comprehensive application for conducting contact tracing at the community level.

The starter application was developed using the WHO EVD Guide for Contact Tracing as part of the USAID Grand Challenges in Ebola Award.

The application takes lessons learned from contact tracing in past Ebola outbreaks to create a comprehensive application for conducting contact tracing at the community level. This application may be altered for contract tracing for other diseases by changing the symptoms and incubation period in the application. Organizations wishing to deploy this to the field may add in more questions, translate it into a different language, or modify the current forms to include behavior change messages and other service provision information.

The application includes the following features:

  • Registers Ebola Cases and tracks date of onset of symptoms, type of case (confirmed, suspect etc.)
  • Registers households, as well as individuals within the household
  • Captures GPS locations for households and has a searchable caselist by GPS
  • Yes/No questions about symptoms with images
  • Temperature alerts if temp is out of range or contact has a fever
  • Tracking and alerts for individuals with high temperatures and/or Ebola symptoms (this could also be configured to alert investigation teams using SMS)

To use this application, register a new Ebola patient, and then register households and contacts. Use the “contact tracing” module to conduct daily monitoring of individuals who are undergoing contact tracing.

EbolaFeb. 26, 2016

Surveillance Épidémiologique (Ebola) Version 2.0

French translation of Contact Tracing Version2.0

Ce prototype prend en compte les leçons apprises lors des épidémies d'Ebola passées pour créer une application complète pour mener à bien la recherche de contacts au niveau communautaire.

Ce prototype a été développé en utilisant le guide EVD de l'OMS pour le suivi des contacts dans le cadre de l'USAID Grand Challenges de l'USAID pour le prix Ebola.

L'application prend en compte les leçons tirées du suivi des contacts dans les épidémies antérieures d'Ebola pour créer une application complète pour la mener à bien la recherche et le suivi des contacts au niveau communautaire. Cette application peut être modifiée pour le recherche des contacts pour d'autres maladies que l'Ebola en modifiant les symptômes et la période d'incubation dans la configuration des formulaires. Les organisations souhaitant déployer sur le terrain peuvent ajouter plus de questions, les traduire dans une langue différente ou modifier les formulaires actuels pour inclure des messages de changement de comportement et d'autres informations sur la fourniture de services.
 
L'application comprend les fonctionnalités suivantes:

  • Enregistrement des cas Ebola and suivi des dates d'apparition des symptômes, type de cas (confirmé, suspect, etc.)
  • Enregistrement des ménages, ainsi que des individus au sein du ménage
  • Capture des localisations GPS des ménages et consultation des ménages par localisation GPS
  • Questions Oui/Non sur les symptômes avec des images descriptives
  • Alertes de température si la température est hors norme ou si le contact a une fièvre
  • Suivi et alertes pour les personnes ayant des températures élevées et / ou des symptômes d'Ebola
  • Possibilité de configurer des alertes SMS vers les équipes d'enquête (non configuré par défaut dans le prototype)

Pour utiliser cette application, enregistrez un nouveau patient Ebola, puis enregistrez les ménages et les contacts. Utilisez le module «suivi des contacts» pour effectuer un suivi quotidien des personnes sous surveillance.

EbolaAug. 1, 2017
Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) ChecklistThis starter application is an Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) minimum standards checklist designed to guide assessments of health facilities in low-resource settings.

This starter application is designed to guide IPC assessments of health facilities in Ebola-affected countries. The current content of the IPC application mirrors the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC)’s Minimum Standards for Safe Care Provision by Health Care Facilities in the Context of Ebola (attached), and can be edited and adapted to meet the needs of evolving IPC workflows on the ground.

Organizations interested in deploying the IPC starter application can download it from the Exchange, and adapt it to their local needs by removing or adding in additional questions, translating the application into local languages, and localizing the content with multimedia, including audio, video, and pictures.

The application was developed as part of an award from Fighting Ebola: a Grand Challenge for Development from USAID.

Images from the Noun project: Checklist by Aha-Soft, House by Vicons Design, and Pharmacy by Alex Podolsky

EbolaDec. 11, 2015
Ebola Education, Training, and Stigma ReductionA starter application for providing counseling information to communities through frontline workers.

This starter application is designed to be either stand alone, or as a module added into contact tracing, ETU decommissioning, psycho-social support, or other CommCare applications for Ebola prevention, treatment, and recovery. The application includes images developed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for West African context and World Health Organization (WHO) checklists for Ebola symptoms and prevention. Organizations interested in deploying the application may add additional questions and change it to local context, translate the content into multiple languages, or add in additional information for other important infectious diseases in the area.

The app also features the video "The Story of Ebola" by Global Health Media
http://globalhealthmedia.org/videos/ebola-portfolio/

The application was developed as part of an award from Fighting Ebola: a Grand Challenge for Development from USAID.

EbolaOct. 7, 2015
Ebola Treatment Unit DecommissioningStandard protocols and checklists for the decommissioning of Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs)

This starter application is based on standard protocols for decommissioning Ebola Treatment Centres and Units (ETUs). It is meant to be used in collaborations with local communities who are planning commissioning of ETUs and can be used either by officials conducting quality assurance of the process, or assisting local communities in assuring that the decommissioning process was done correctly. It may also be used by organizations training or preparing for future emergencies.

The application is meant to be adapted to local languages and cultural practices and deployed in the process of ensuring quality assurance with Ebola Decommissioning.

The application was developed as part of an award from Fighting Ebola: a Grand Challenge for Development from USAID.

EbolaOct. 7, 2015
Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9)The Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (abbreviated as PHQ-9) is used to monitor the severity of depression in an individual patient.

The Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (abbreviated as PHQ-9) is used to monitor the severity of depression in an individual patient. Questions are based on the DSM-IV criteria and scored using a scale of “0” (not at all) to “3” (nearly every day). It has been validated for use in primary care.

The PHQ-9 Starter App is designed to be used as a standalone app or as part of a larger app.

Mental HealthJuly 13, 2015
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD-7)The Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7 (abbreviated as GAD-7) is used as a screening tool and severity measure for generalized anxiety disorder.

The Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7 (abbreviated as GAD-7) is used as a screening tool and severity measure for generalized anxiety disorder. The severity is calculated by adding together the scores for all of the questions. When used as a screening tool, further evaluation is recommended for scores 10 or greater. It is moderately good at screening other common anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

The GAD-7 Starter App is designed to be used as a standalone app or as part of a larger app.

Mental HealthJuly 13, 2015
Agricultural Cooperatives UPDATEDCooperatives in Africa are a critical component of successful agricultural marketing for rural farmers. This CommCare application establishes GPC workflows for managing corn and rice supply chains

Purpose: Cooperatives in Africa are a critical component of successful agricultural marketing for rural farmers. To promote the success of these cooperatives, Groupment Pre-Cooperative (GPC) encourage best practices and help organize the supply chain linkages that provides income to the base of the pyramid.

Project Objective: This application is an ideal tool for an organization that manages 1 to 1,000 cooperative groups. Take advantage of CommCare Report Builder to aggregate a localized estimated yield before the harvest season, and evaluate the cooperative and farmers success in getting their goods to market.

User Objective: “Cooperatives” on CommCare structures the key activities of a community-based agriculture organization and facilitates tracking periodic meetings, registering farmers, and conducting field assessments for participating farmers.

End User: Cooperative Manager

The Cooperative Application is organized into Modules and Forms. Modules can manage one case type. In this application there are two cases, cooperative and farmer. The cooperative creates the farmer case, and can pass information into the farmer’s record.

When the (GPC) uses CommCare, they will start by registering themselves, in the Register Cooperative module, Registration form. Now they will be able to see his Cooperative, and their contact information will be associated with the Cooperative. The GPC can manage their Cooperative data regarding attendance, organizational planning and field supervisions. The GPC can also enroll all of the cooperative members as farmers. This will create a list of all of the farmers who participate in the CommCare intervention.

Using the “Manage Your Farmers” module there are two different visits types available to record data as different information is relevant at different times of the year, GPCs can complete a Pre-Harvest or a Post Harvest form. These forms can be completed many times over the course of the growing season. In the event that a farmer is no longer participating in the program, the GPC can also remove a farmer from the application.

The “Review Your Farmers” Modules allow you to review a case list of all of the farmers who identified they will be growing a particular agricultural product, in this case rice and maize. By selecting a farmer in the case list, the existing information regarding that farmer is easily available for review.

The “Corn Farmers Report” and “Rice Farmers Report” compiles all the registered farmers who have reported planting or harvesting a crop. These Reports act as a mobile tool to monitor farmer’s harvest date, crop yields, market price per unit of the crop, and GPS coordinates that can be viewed using Google Maps.

Scale of Intervention: Each mobile phone user is likely to manage a cooperative of 10-50 farmers.

Additional Features
> Area Mapper Functionality (must be installed from the Google Play Store)
> GPS
> Mobile Reporting on Farmer Crop Yield

Make this CommCare Application More Powerful!
> Use CommCare Messaging to send SMS messages to the farmers in your Cooperative.
> Write your own SMS messages and send them to individuals and groups. Create scheduled reminders for meetings or planned visits.
> Structure your cooperatives as groups, and monitor mobile users by location.

AgricultureSept. 28, 2017
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