NPR's All Things Considered features Nafundi's humanitarian apps

Our work on apps with a humanitarian touch was recently featured on NPR's All Things Considered. The story titled, More than just Angry Birds, apps can have a humanitarian side too, focuses on developers who are merging their human rights work with their interest in creating smartphone apps.

As Yaw, Nafundi's CEO, describes in the interview he gave, our approach to building software is simple. We believe that real solutions come only after spending time iterating with users wherever they are. That belief has been at the heart of our Open Data Kit work, and continues to be at the heart of the work we do for our clients.

The storied aired nationally, but if you missed it, you can listen to it here.

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