Many countries signed to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which need to be achieved by 2015.The MDGs touch on health among other things and it has been noted that developing countries, including Zimbabwe, are lagging behind in their efforts to reach these goals by 2015 with several challenges being noted as undermining efforts to reach the goals. Several countries, in almost all continents are implementing m-health to help complement traditional efforts in many sectors of health delivery. The m-health used involved the smartphones that are ubiquitous which the majority of people own . This research was made to access the effectiveness of an internet enabled mobile phone as a data collection and reporting tool in the fight against malaria. The research was carried out on twenty health workers and twenty patients in and around Bindura , in Mashonaland Central. Health workers collected data on malaria cases and sent them on a password protected website using internet enabled mobile phones which they used to send details on every case that they received and also received messages and could also send messages via the platform.