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    • Mthobeli TengimfeneExecutive Head: CSI Projects06 June 2011Cape Town
    • CSI PRACTIONER’S DILEMMA
      SOCIAL GOOD
      COMMERCIALISATION
      vs
    • VODACOM STRATEGY EVOLUTION
      ( EG HEALTH & EDUCATION)
      PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT HOUSE ( MHEALTH PLATFFORM)
      VODACOM FOUNDATION
      JED
      JOINT ECONOMIC
      DEVELOPMENT
      PROGRAMME
      NGO
      CBO
      SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS
      GOVERNMENT
      Community Needs For Services
      No Commercial Solutions available
      Market for Products and Services
      Health
      Education
      Social Service
      SOCIAL SERVICES
      EDUCATION
      HEALTH
      Other
      OTHER
    • POSITIONING
      To establish a test bed for various mobile interventions in health management with a focus on HiV/Aids management
    • Vodacom Foundation moving up the Value Stack
    • The Context
    • Who are the Partners?
      Funding Partner
      Vodacom Foundation
      Technology Partners
      Praekelt Foundation
      GEOMed
      Cell-Life
      Clinical Partner
      Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (formally RHRU and ECHO)
    • The Objectives
      The Vodacom Ikhwezi mHealth Partnership aims to support the work of the Department of Health (DOH) and SA National AIDS Council (SANAC) in four ways, through the use of mobile technology to:
      Communicate to and educate the general population around HIV/AIDS - with a strong prevention focus.
      2) Encourage widespread HIV Counseling and Testing, and support people living with HIV to initiate treatment where appropriate.
      3) Assist people living with HIV who are on ARV treatment, to stay on treatment and ultimately, adhere to their drugs.
      4) Strengthen the Health Care System.
    • Objective 1
      Use mobile technology to...
      Communicate to and educate the general population around HIV/Aids - with a strong prevention focus.
      To target the general population (irrespective of their HIV-status) with informational services that drive awareness, prevention, testing and access to treatment.  Our activities are in-line with the SANAC communications strategy and the National HCT campaign.
    • Objective 2
      Use mobile technology to...
      Encourage widespread HIV Counseling and Testing, and support people living with HIV to initiate treatment where appropriate.
      Support the process of HIV Counseling and Testing so that more people know their status. Once people know they are HIV positive, then use mobile technology to drive towards a CD4-test, and once tested, inform people of their results, so that they can either be enrolled onto treatment or be reminded to go for follow-up CD4 tests in future.
    • Objective 3
      Use mobile technology to...
      Assist HIV positive people whom are on ARV treatment,
      to stay on treatment and ultimately, adhere to their drugs.
      Use mobile technology to keep people on treatment for as long as possible, by reminding them to take their drugs, and to go to the doctor.
    • Objective 4
      Use mobile technology to...
      Strengthen the Health Care System
      Leverage the coverage footprint of Vodacom South Africa and the value offering of mobile (GSM) technology to strengthen the South African health care system. Several embedded service offerings enable better clinical and administrative decision making in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
    • IMPACT STUDY
      The impact study aims to prove that the programmes put in place by the Ikhwezi mHealth Partnership have had the following affect.
    • UNMET SOCIETAL NEEDS IDENTIFIED
      (MARKET RESEARCH, NGO, SOCIAL SURVEYS, RAPID REQUIREMENT APPRAISALS , SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS ETC)
      UNMET SOCIETAL NEEDS IDENTIFIED
      (MARKET RESEARCH, NGO, SOCIAL SURVEYS, RAPID REQUIREMENT APPRAISALS , SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS ETC)
      NO PROVEN TECHNICAL SOLUTION
      PROOF OF CONCEPT FUNDING & COLLABORATION
      TEST OF EFFICACY & SCALABILITY OF THE SOLUTION , READY TO COMMERCIALISE
      NO FUNDING BUT TECHINICAL SOLUTION EXISTS
      FUNDIND REQUEST EVALUATED & DECISION MADE
      Commercial viability study and Commercialisation decision
      NO PROVEN TECHNICAL SOLUTION
      MARKET SIZING AND COMMERCIAL VIABILITY STUDIES
      NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
    • THANK YOU