Premise Hosts Inaugural Disrupting Development Conference in DC

The 2019 Disrupting Development conference in DC has concluded. Special thanks to all the speakers, sponsors and attendees for making the first-ever Disrupting Development possible. We’re already planning and looking forward to making 2020’s conference even greater! Conference highlights and videos are available here.   About the Event Disrupting Development: How the Data Revolution will

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Battling Mosquito-borne Diseases with Technology in Latin America

Premise has been working with local citizens to crowdsource data about mosquito breeding sites to help fill the gaps in the local governments’ vector control efforts. Armed with a mobile app, Glenis Barragan has been knocking from door to door in the poor neighbourhoods of Colombia’s northern city of Cucuta, aiming to combat the spread

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Premise Data Wins Prestigious Urban Innovation Challenge from Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 8, 2019–Data and analytics platform Premise Data announced today it was named an INFUSE Pacesetter by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance—a privileged partner designation that includes an infusion of capital and expertise to help Premise scale its technology to improve immunization coverage across the developing world. Premise will increase vaccine rates by optimizing immunization deliveries, observing sessions for

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Coverage Roundup of Premise’s Work in Colombia

Premise has been working in Colombia, through a grant from USAID, to help prevent the spread of mosquito-borne illnesses like Zika and chikungunya. Over the course of the last year, Premise has grown networks in Cali, Cúcuta and Santa Marta. To grow these networks, Premise worked with local health authorities, community leaders and the media.

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Premise Data selected to monitor family planning and vaccination services in Nigeria

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Premise, the global leader in real-time, real-world ground truth data, announced their selection by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to monitor availability of family planning and vaccination services using their contributor network in Nigeria. The activities will identify and collect data from health clinics and pharmacies on the

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Opinion: Data-driven adaptive management for international development

Achieving the 2030 sustainable development agenda requires development organizations to move beyond the “one-size-fits-all” model of development and the standardized approach typical of the industrial age. Instead, it should move toward interventions that are both bespoke and suitable for the complexity of the world we operate in and, at the same time, responsive and adaptable

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