Health

AMA ‘Aponjon’ Formative Research Report

The Aponjon initiative (meaning close one/dear one) was launched under the Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action in December 2012 after a formative research phase.

Gender equality in the information society: a review of current literature and recommendations for policy and practice

The rapid global spread of information and communication technologies (ICTs), and particularly the proliferation of mobile Internet devices, is redefining not only the realms of information and communication, but the very nature of social structures and institutions.

Moving towards malaria elimination: developing innovative tools for malaria surveillance in Cambodia

In collaboration with the national malaria control programme in Cambodia (CNM), Malaria Consortium developed a diverse set of tools to improve malaria surveillance and to provide the information needed by national and district staff to manage the national malaria programme, respond to malaria outbreaks and individual cases and monitor in real-time the levels of critical malaria supplies at heal

The Human Race Reached a Huge Milestone Today and You Probably Did Not Even Know It

The UN-backed effort to wipe polio off the face of the earth reached has reached a major milestone.

Watch This Vaccine’s Long Journey to One of the Most Remote Places on Earth

By plane, car, motorbike and foot, UNICEF is mastering the complex logistics of vaccine delivery around the world. Check out this video from Chad.

Innovation and best practice in mobile technologies for development

Mobile adoption in developing countries has increased dramatically over the last decade. This paper is a review of innovation in the ICT entrepreneurship / mobile internet/mobile related applications space. The paper aims to identify best practice in stimulating innovation in developing countries.

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