Pathfinder launched mHMtaani or “Mobile health for our communities” to promote healthier communities by using mobile technology to monitor and track the health of pregnant mothers. Pathfinder’s mHealth program equips over 250 community health workers with a decision support tool housed on its CommCare Platform to provider services for maternal health and orphans and vulnerable children. With funding from VISA and NetHope, Pathfinder introduced a Pay for Performance scheme that uses data collected through the mobile application to determine if CHWs meet set performance targets. Performance incentives are delivered via mPesa to CHWs. This Pay for Performance (P4P) program aims to improve the delivery of health services at the community level by integrating performance feedback and payments to improve performance.