Simprints

Simprints

Simprints is a nonprofit tech startup from the University of Cambridge. Backed by the Gates Foundation, USAID, DFID, Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Gavi, and the Global Innovation Fund, we build biometrics for patient identification in developing countries. Our is to radically disrupt the inaccurate way we currently track progress towards th...

Use our system to overcome identification challenges, unlock data insights, and amplify the impact of your mobile data collection platform.

Our partners tackle some of the world's toughest challenges. Our solution is built to amplify impact at the last mile.

Watsi uses Simprints to enrol villagers in health services and identify them when they step into the clinic. These tools provide Watsi with the data needed to constantly improve healthcare delivery and work towards the goal of universal health coverage.

Simprints helps Impact Network digitally track the attendance of their students, recognising lapses in each student's attendance faster than paper-based attendance tracking. Together, we ensure every child continues learning.

The identification challenge spans multiple sectors in international development. From aid distribution to education, Simprints helps you reach every last person.

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Toby Norman

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Tristram Norman

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Simprints scales globally from expanded Cambridge platform

Tony Quested

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Thomson Reuters Foundation
April 8, 2020
Deccan Herald
As countries begin to lift coronavirus lockdowns, biometric identification can help verify those who have already had the infection, and ensure that the vulnerable get the vaccine when it is launched, health and technology experts said. Confirmed cases of COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus, total more than 1.4 million, with about 82,000 deaths

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