About us

In 2014, Khushi Baby was born out of a classroom project at Yale University. Over the last 8 years we have grown into a 65-member team, now serving as the nodal Technical Support Partner to the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Rajasthan.








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Impact Stories

Improving immunization, nutrition and antenatal care in rural Udaipur

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The Community Health Integrated Platform (CHIP) provides a unified, offline, mobile health interface to community health workers for accountable tracking of health across India's longitudinal National Health Mission programs.ASHAs, ANMs, and Medical Officers use CHIP for clinical decision-support, care coordination, continuing education, and streamlined reporting. CHIP's dashboard enables health officials to identify vulnerable communities, respond with targeted public health interventions, and communicate to health workers and beneficiaries at scale to improve health awareness.

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An NFC chip, embedded in the beneficiary health card, stores medical history. The card interfaces with the health worker's mobile application to share/update medical history in a contactless, instant and offline manner.


The health card also stores the beneficiary's fingerprint or facial biometric template. At the point of care, the health worker conducts a live match with the stored template to confirm an interaction with the correct beneficiary.


Our health worker mobile application captures the GPS point for both the health center and the household. In this way, we can confirm whether the health worker has reached the facility and utilize GIS mapping to identify clusters of high risk cases.


We send automated, dialect specific, targeted voice calls to share health information and reminders to attend the health camps.


Our extensive data sets enable us to build AI models to predict health worker diligence and filter high quality data to predict adverse maternal and infant health outcomes.


Our solution has been co-designed with the community and health workers over 5 years, employing human-centered design and cultural sensitivity along the way.

Research & Case Studies

Khushi Baby's research spans rigorous impact evaluations, policy, and epidemiology. Our technology impact is rooted in human effort - we request you to take the time to learn about lives saved through our case studies.

Maternal Eclampsia

Every year 420,000 pregnant women have high risk deliveries in Rajasthan. Priyanka’s antenatal health data alerted Khushi baby Field Monitors to conduct a home follow-up visit...

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Impact Evalution 2020

A 2-year, 3200 mother randomized controlled trial showed that mothers receiving care under the Khushi Baby system were 1.66 times more likely to have their infant...

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Infant Malnutrition

A Khushi Baby Field Monitor identified 11-month old Radhika, suffering from severe acute malnutrition during a health camp in the village of Hamited...

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Help Us Reach More Families

Khushi Baby is grateful to have had catalytic funding support from organizations like

  • GAVI
  • Patrick J McGovern Foundation
  • The Trinity Challenge
  • Google.org
  • Johnson and Johnson
  • ARM

With Khushi Baby, your support goes the distance. For every dollar received since inception, Khushi Baby has been able to track the health of over 15 individuals in last-mile conditions. That's 25x more cost-efficient than digital health platforms with comprable scale in LMIC settings.

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Our Reach

Our longitudinal community health integrated platform has been used to track over 40 million beneficiaries over the last 5 years

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Latest News & Blogs

How this NGO is getting tech-enabled community health monitoring right

Jaipur-based Khushi Baby is changing the face of last mile community health monitoring in Rajasthan with technology...

Tracking COVID-19 Vaccination in India

Khushi Baby is helping Rajasthan conduct a digital health census in order to pre-register priority groups for COVID-19 vaccination via a tested mobile platform.

Reimagining health records at the last mile

Devli, a mother of a six-month-old girl, walks kilometers, her child in hand, across rugged terrain and 100+ degree weather...

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