'Mahiti' means ‘information’ in many Indian languages. Since 2002 Mahiti has been building Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools and solutions for the social sector to enhance programme quality and the impact on communities.
Known for solutions appropriate for realisation of MDGs (Millennium Development Goals), through Partners in Health, HIV and AIDS, Education, Gender Equality and Economic Security especially in Agriculture, Mahiti is committed to engaging with the newly formulated SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) where 169 Targets are listed under 17 Goals.
Mahiti’s solutions are backed by a multi-talented team of 50+ creative minds, innovative IT engineers and domain experts at its development centre in Bangalore.
As one of the few technology companies to focus on the social sector, Mahiti empowers governments, international development agencies, civil society organisations and disadvantaged communities in remote locations to effectively use technology. Mahiti has built and deployed multi-platform, multi-lingual and multi-media-enabled web/ intranet/ kiosk/ mobile applications across five continents.
What they do differently
Mahiti specializes in understanding the unique challenges of social development organizations and mentors them to generate, analyse and manage data to effect high quality performance. Mahiti's design and development philosophy is simple and straight-forward: create real, unique and compelling work. Mahiti's purpose lies in developing innovative technological solutions for the sector and continually striving to create new benchmarks in the way technology supports social change.
Vision, Mission & ValuesVision - Globally one billion lives positively impacted by 2030 through effective use of technology;
Mission - To create and deploy technology to enhance Efficiency, Effectiveness and Scalability of social development programs;
Mahiti's passion is to:Harness technology for Social Change;
Enable Changemakers to Scale Impact;Build a team that is Empathetic, Diverse and Entrepreneurial;