Open Smart Register Platform is an open source mobile health platform that allows frontline health workers to electronically register and track the health of their entire client population.

Using emerging mHealth best practices — automated reminders and reporting, decision support, multimedia counseling — OpenSRP builds on existing robust mobile technologies to deliver a powerful and dependable application to skilled health workers, empowering them to more effectively deliver and account for the care they provide to their clients.



OpenSRP works offline, and data is routinely backed up to the server, making it perfectly suited for even the most remote settings.


Patient health information is password-protected and encrypted with industry-standard encryption software.


Smart registers are uniquely designed to match the user’s specific workflows and improve the efficiency of healthcare provision.


OpenSRP remains exceptional in its breadth of features and coverage of health services – covering the entire RMNCH continuum of care and more.


OpenSRP is backed by the WHO and being implemented by reputable academic and research institutions in four countries.


Leveraging existing mobile technologies, the OpenSRP platform is built upon a solid framework that allows for easy expansion and adaptation to other health settings.

Supporting Organizations

With Generous Support From

Wellcome Trust, Norad, PEPFAR, WHO HRP, Unicef, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Grameen Foundation

Implementing Partners

Ona, JHU Global mHealth Initiative, Thoughtworks, The Eart Institute, Unicef, IHS, mPower, IRD, Jhpiego, OpenHIE, Harvard School of Public Health, Summit, OpenMRS, WHO HRP, World Health Organization, Jembi, Praekelt Foundation, Sustainable Engineering Lab at Columbia University, Foundation for Research in Health Systems

For more info:
OpenSRP on Github
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