We build tech that scales the impact of humanitarian projects
Our mission is to build tools and help develop approaches and protocols to strengthen collaborative humanitarian advocacy, intervention, and legal defense efforts, where the need to help a large number of people is compounded by the availability of only a small number of advocates who can provide assistance.
We understand that administrative woes can compromise the efficiency, communications, morale, and funding prospects of even the most well-meaning organization.
That’s why fronteraTECH partners with a network of highly-qualified engineers, from Seattle to Warsaw, to create life-changing solutions that empower social justice leaders to focus on what matters most—their mission.
, our core product, is a solution for a wide-range of sectors
That’s because this paper-based intake solution allows for the integration of field work and data analytics that’s completely unique in the U.S. market
MCR Immigration Projects
Our product was designed as a direct response to the data-input and analytics challenges of collaborative detained- and border-projects.
Naturalization clinics are funded by donors who want the clinic providers to show results and metrics from each event. A paperbased solution fits neatly within most existing workflows for naturalization clinic providers.
iPads and other tablets aren’t always dependable data input tools, especially when canvassers have to go into very rural areas. Our tools work well within these environments.
The ScanForm technology developed by QED was originally deployed to aid healthcare providers in Africa and South India. Of course, it works just as well for healthcare providers working with isolated populations in the U.S.
We have the experience necessary to build tech-solutions from the advocate’s point of view, and for the advocates very specific needs.
We have critical experience starting, running, and even closing mass collaboration detention projects.
In 2019, working under the name “Mi Maletin,” we established and ran one of the country’s largest detention-center asylum representation projects in Charleston, SC. We are still working on a detention project in central North Carolina.
- A list of articles dealing with our work in Charleston, SC is here, here, and here.
- A write up about our North Carolina work is here.