Koe Koe Tech

  • Yangon Region


56 Yaw Min Gyi Street
Dagon Township
Yangon Region
Myanmar [Burma]

About Us

Koe Koe Tech is a Myanmar IT social enterprise founded in 2013 by two cousins, a Myanmar-American and a Myanmar national. Today, Koe Koe Tech has 33 employees, 30 of whom are Myanmar nationals. 20 of our employees are software developers, with expertise in Android, web, and back-end development.

Koe Koe Tech has created the maymay app, Myanmar's most popular mHealth app. maymay provides daily alerts and quizzes for the 9 months of pregnancy plus the first 3 years of a baby's life, a doctor locator featuring 1,500 PSI Sun clinic doctors, community group chats, teleconsultations with PSI doctors and nurses (1,500 per month), and a very popular social news feed with content on maternal and child health, nutrition, gender-based violence (GBV), adolescent youth sexual reproductive health (AYSRH), malaria and diabetes prevention, and more.

Koe Koe Tech is also working with in the health and law sectors on other exciting social impact projects. Our partners include Population Services International (PSI), the Myanmar Ministry of Health and Sports (MOHS), University of Sydney, UCLA, Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), Save the Children, Jhpiego, the International Growth Centre, USAID, The Asia Foundation, the Myanmar Medical Association (MMA), the Myanmar Medical Council (MMC), the Myanmar Midwives and Nurse Council and Association (MNMC & MNMA).

We have won the Echoing Green, Cordes, Unreasonable Institute, and GSBI fellowships. We have also won grant awards from USAID Development Innovation Ventures (DIV), Grand Challenges Canada, 3MDG Fund, among others.

Koe Koe Tech interns and employees have included Wharton and Columbia MBA students, Global Social Benefit Fellows, and Georgetown MSFS and Columbia SIPA students. After leaving Koe Koe Tech, employees have gone on to graduate diploma programs in computer science at the National University of Singapore and the MBA program at Stanford Business School.