My name is Serah Wakaba, an Android/IOS developer based in Nairobi, Kenya
I got involved with ODK-X after being accepted as a contributor through Outreachy. I had little information about ODK-X but after a lot of research and going through ODK-X documentation, I now know what it entails and I am ready and willing to work with the community and make significant contributions.
My name is Kazeem Ibrahim, a Product Designer Based in Akure, Nigeria.
I got accepted as a contributor to ODK-X through Outreachy.
I am ready to collaborate with you guys and make a great contribution to this project.
Timilehin Olusegun here. I am a Product Designer based in Lagos, Nigeria.
I came across ODK-X while I was browsing through the list of Outreachy projects that I can contribute to. ODK-X caught my attention as it coincides with my interest which is creating UI components and design systems.
I am delighted to be here, eager to contribute to the success of this project, willing to learn and absorb new information.
My name is Balikis Akinsemoyin , i'm a product designer, based in Lagos,Nigeria.
I am an Outreachy applicant and i'm interested in learning more about ODK-X .
I hope to receive great support from the community.
Follow on Github @bharlikiss } Twitter @balihkiss
My name is Abhishek and I’m a developer based in India. I’ve been working with ODK for the past 3years or so, now i want to get started wwith ODK-X. I’ve previously worked on large-scale data collection projects and often created surveys in ODK to collect data, so I’m intrigued to see what can be done with the new ecosystem of tools!
I am Mantue Reeves, Deputy Director-Monitoring and Evaluation with Last Mile Health. I really got to know about ODK in 2013. Liberia is using ODK on so many fronts- Population census, ad-hoc research/surveys for health-related projects, social development, etc. Currently, I support the Liberian Ministry of Health and LMH internal staff to use ODK to collect data for routine monitoring systems, program evaluations, and research studies. Of note, the Ministry of Health uses an ODK-based data collection tool to monitor fidelity to its national community health worker program and is also responsible for providing technical support to the Ministry on designing, modifying, and downloading data from this ODK platform. Though they are some challenges which my membership will benefit a lot from.