It was 10 years ago when I was in the 12th grade. Graduation was soon approaching, and with it came the uncertainty of what I would study after grade school. What major would best match my interests, what kind of career would I prepare for? I was excited to begin a new phase of my life, but I had many questions, and the future was unclear.
This research project is focused on enhancing MoPoTsyo’s Peer Educator Network model addressing hypertension and diabetes management through the application of mHealth tailored phone messaging and improved eHealth communication throughout the system.
This blog updates on the Cambodian national disease reporting hotline project, a collaboration between the Cambodian CDC, Skoll Global Threats Fund and InSTEDD. For background information on the project visit here.
The iLab Southeast Asia, with funding support from The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions (SPIDER), is hosting an innovation camp (aka iCamp), a day-long event that helps you learn how to rapidly design and prototype ICT4D solutions into your program implementation.
The Khmer Writing App was developed out of an InSTEDD iLab iCamp to address low country-wide reading and writing scores among young children. Since its creation, one school has had several months to test and experience the benefits of using this educational, entertaining teaching aid.
An automated hotline providing Cambodian women with access to information on maternal health and family planning.
A health reminder based on regular and targeted voice messaging.
An innovative mobile intervention using voice messages to support post-abortion counselling.
An automated hotline providing anonymous access to information on family planning, sexual, and reproductive health.
An innovative intervention providing family with support for the first 4 weeks of their child’s life.