Our biometric solution will help you tackle your greatest impact challenges

Inaccurate data

Duplicate records

Lack of formal ID

Unintegrated databases

Fraud

Our Solution

Technology built for context

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

Seamless project setup

We offer technology that easily integrates into existing tools, personalised project setup, and robust training.

Robust identification tools

We build tools designed to work in the world’s toughest settings. Our technology is created for and by users.

Data analytics and support

We work with you to identify your analytics needs. Better data means greater transparency and impact.

What’s Included

Tools and services for holistic support

Our tools and services make Simprints an accurate and reliable solution to your identification challenges.

Vero scanners
Mobile software
Project configuration
Project management
Training materials
Project support
Data analytics
Privacy and data security

Our Approach

Technology built for purpose

We exist for one purpose: impact. We are a nonprofit tech company on a mission to improve the lives of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable citizens.

Technology for challenging contexts

Technology must be fit for purpose. We solve challenges creatively and build powerful solutions for complex problems.

People and privacy first

We put our beneficiaries first. Privacy, transparency, and human-centred design are the foundation of our approach.

Impact calls for collaboration

We are impact partners. We integrate into your existing systems, and we go the extra mile to make sure our shared goals are reached.

Simprints at a glance

Technology built for impact

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

Scaling up to save lives at birth

Using the Simprints biometric system, Shasthya Kormis tracks the number of antenatal and postnatal care visits a mother receives with unprecedented accuracy and efficiency to help decrease infant and maternal mortality.

Transforming universal health coverage

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.

Eliminating tuberculosis at the last mile

Using Simprints to enrol and identify participants, research assistants at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine are testing a new regimen to diagnose and treat tuberculosis (TB) in over 48,000 patients attending a local Blantyre clinic.

New possibilities for social protection

The Economic Policy Research Institute and Unicef Nigeria use Simprints to monitor the uptake of vital maternal health services and verify that women receive their cash disbursements, promoting transparency and accountability in essential healthcare delivery.

Increasing student retention

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.

Tackling neglected diseases

Simprints helps Cohesu, a grassroots NGO in Kenya, track and treat neglected diseases such as tunga (infection caused by sandfleas), malaria, and diarrhea in school children and their families. Through accurate identification, Cohesu is able to follow up with each patient to ensure complete eradication of the diseases.

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Working across multiple sectors

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

Aid distribution

Impact organisations, development agencies, and governments lose billions of dollars each year to corruption and the misdistribution of aid.

Cash transfers

Preventing cash disbursement fraud by both vendors and recipients remains a key challenge.

Monitoring and evaluation

The inability to identify individuals reduces programme quality and prevents organisations from consistently linking beneficiaries across time.

Education

Teacher and student absenteeism is a significant barrier to delivering education to all.

Maternal health

99% of maternal deaths occur in developing countries, the vast majority of which are preventable. 

Immunisations

1.5 million children under 5 lose their lives to vaccine-preventable diseases every year, with an additional 19.9 million infants remaining underimmunised.

How we help

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We look forward to working with you

Together we can use technology to make every person count