Tupaia is a data aggregation, analysis and visualisation platform that maps health systems in low and middle-income countries. The project combines data from sources including DHIS2, mSupply and our MediTrak app to help improve medicines availability, map outbreaks, respond to disasters and strengthen services. Tupaia also gives donors a bird’s eye view of performance metrics and helps patients to locate appropriate care more quickly and safely.

Our data collection app, Tupaia MediTrak, is a free Android and iOS application designed for use in aid posts, clinics and health centres. Used to assess clinics, manage and collect patient data and run stocktakes, it is designed to collect information on clinics, map facilities and track patients. Tupaia works offline, syncing data whenever the internet becomes available and uploading to your chosen database.

You can see the results for Asia-Pacific at www.Tupaia.org. More information is available here.

Tupaia is fully compatible with DHIS2, mSupply and other major eHealth platforms.


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Usage of Tupaia MediTrak is free, but countries or organisations must register for use. Click here to download your free version try it out!


The Clinic Assessment tool allows external assessors to visit healthcare facilities and collect pre-defined information to evaluate clinic performance, track infrastructure and equipment requirements and plan improvements. Countries and organisations can ask whatever questions they want, check a snapshot availability on a basket of medicines, GPS tag and take photos of each facility. No training is required – simply download the app and follow the instructions – data collection can be done offline and uploaded when internet is available. This is a fully tailored solution to assess clinics based on metrics such as whether they have a working fridge, snapshot medicines availability or how many staff are working on the day of visitation – crowd-source your indicators quickly and cheaply.

System strengthening in action

Tupaia is used across 6 countries to strengthen last-mile delivery of medicines, track equipment and infrastructure, support disaster response and provide information to patients on opening hours and available services. Tupaia can provide specific information to the head of a national EPI program or give a bird’s eye view of regional health systems to multilateral donors – whatever your needs for health system strengthening, Tupaia supports them.

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