Sana, a word that means "health" in Spanish and Italian, and "hope" in Tagalog represents the aspirations of this project. This wiki contains documentation on installing and using Sana as well as understanding the codebase. Please see the official Sana website for information about initiatives to deploy Sana, and what makes Sana a unique and compelling solution.
Note: This is the wiki for the Sana project, formerly known as Moca. Any lingering references to Moca should be considered interchangeable with the term Sana unless specifically noted.
 Try it out
If who would like to try a demo and see Sana in action, the current release version of the mobile client application and link to our demo server are available below.
- Sana Android Client
- OpenMRS with Sana Modules Use guest for the username and Sanamobile1 for the password to log in.
Note: These instructions here assume you are comfortable with installing Android applications and navigating your way through the OpenMRS web interface. If you need additional instructions or information, please see the full Demo page which has further details.
 Mobile User Guide
Please see the Mobile User Guide for more information.
 System Administrators guide
Please see the Server and System Administrators Guide for more information.
 Additional Installation and Administration Help
For help with installation and administration, please see the Sana user forum.
 Development Help and Discussion
For help with development questions, please see the Sana developer forum.
 Developer Workshops
We offer developer workshops throughout the year either at the MIT campus or as teleconferences. Please see the Workshops page for a schedule.