Category Archives: mHealth
Rural healthcare workers do not have access to and therefore cannot implement the newest lifesaving methods for the care, prevention and treatment of infectious diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, resulting in thousands of avoidable deaths each year throughout … Continue reading
Cross-posted from TechChange. Text to Change’s Chief Technology Officer, Marcus Wagenaar, sat down with me yesterday to discuss new projects on the horizon and innovations in the mHealth field. Text to Change (TTC) is an international NGO which uses technology … Continue reading
For my loyal fans out there (aka Mom), you’ll know that last October I was privileged to compete in the ITU Telecom Union‘s Digital Innovators competition (a competition that has since been adapted to only work with Young Innovators, a … Continue reading
Reposted from the Global Health Corps Blog. ICT for Development (ICT4D) practitioners, tech companies, international organizations and development workers are debating the relevance and implications of using technology to promote health in developing countries. Some advocate the golden ticket approach; … Continue reading
Blogging is. I’m aware that I haven’t posted anything since October. I’m aware that it’s now December. I’m working on a small competition application for funding (that shall not be named as this post is about many curses). It’s a … Continue reading
Please check out this youtube video and comment on our project. The more views we get and discussion, the more likely we’ll get seed funding!
For those of you who are interested in the work we are doing that is bringing us to Geneva, here is a summary. Please, feel free to comment and ask questions. The more we discuss this idea, the more we … Continue reading
September 31 Today was my first experience giving a survey in Uganda and giving a survey about technology. I’ve surveyed people before, but usually about human rights, or their use of public space, or what they would like to see … Continue reading
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