THRIVE Consortium


The Technologies for Health Registers, Information, and Vital Events (THRIVE) Consortium is a group composed of leading academic, research, donor, and IT institutions that is focused on adaptation, scaled deployment, and impact assessment of the OpenSRP platform and associated technology innovations in multiple countries. The Consortium’s guiding principles focus on user-centered design, research-informed adaptation, evidence-informed health content, and emergent mHealth best practices. OpenSRP deployments must meet the THRIVE Consortium standards of evidence-based practice and demonstrate quality and consistency of design (both user interface and IT architecture) across deployments. OpenSRP deployments focus on integrating with existing Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) and national-level health information systems that are aligned with OpenHIE standards, including the OpenMRS and DHIS2 platforms.