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Mobile technologies landscape and opportunity for civil society organizations in Cambodia
 

Mobile technologies landscape and opportunity for civil society organizations in Cambodia

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Channe talks about how mobile technologies can help Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) do more with less. Channe will tackle practical issues like how to get started and their process of design and ...

Channe talks about how mobile technologies can help Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) do more with less. Channe will tackle practical issues like how to get started and their process of design and implementation. Channe will walk you through several exciting projects, including mobile technologies in labor rights and health care and the use of mobile phone as a data collection tool.

When: 3:30 - 5:00pm. Friday 7th February 2014
Where: Himawari Hotel, Phnom Penh
Organized by: Development Innovations
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mobile-technologies-landscape-and-opportunity-for-csos-in-cambodia-tickets-10444502789

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    Mobile technologies landscape and opportunity for civil society organizations in Cambodia Mobile technologies landscape and opportunity for civil society organizations in Cambodia Presentation Transcript

    • Mobile technologies landscape and opportunity for CSOs in Cambodia HEALTH | TECHNOLOGY | SUSTAINABILITY Channe Suy Product Owner, InSTEDD iLabSEA February 7, 2014
    • About Channe Suy • Almost 10 year of experience working in technology design and development • Master degree in Computer Application from Bangalore University, India • Co-Founded ShareVision, Snadai • Blogger and tech community fan channe@instedd.org Twitter: s_channe • A serious cat lover
    • our niche We design and use open source technology tools to help partners enhance collaboration, share knowledge and improve information flow so partners can better deliver critical services in their communities. overview
    • projects Our approach facilitates collective action by local partners, and is being successfully applied globally. Argentina Bangladesh Cambodia China Haiti Indonesia Kenya Laos Mexico Mozambique Rwanda Ghana Thailand USA Vietnam Zimbabwe
    • Mobile phone penetration in Cambodia “It is estimated that there are 19 million mobile phones in Cambodia – 1.3 phones for each of the country’s 15 million people. Currently, only more than two million Cambodians are connected to the internet.” Source: Southeastern Globe magazine, November 11, 2013
    • Many existing tools & open source tools
    • Getting Started – What aspects to consider? 1 Problem driven, instead of technology driven
    • Getting Started – What aspects to consider? 2 • Who is your end user? (the one who will use the system) • How will they use the system? • What would be the learning curve for them? • What device do they have?
    • Getting Started – What aspects to consider? 2 • Who is your end user? (the one who will use the system) • How will they use the system? • What would be the learning curve for them? • What device do they have?
    • Getting Started – What aspects to consider? 3 Is the system infrastructure scalable?
    • Getting Started – What aspects to consider? 4 Cost for starting and ongoing Example: server, hardware, SMS, call, staff, support and maintenance, etc.
    • Getting Started – What aspects to consider? 5 Contact point when your system is down (local vs international) Ex: 1hr or 1 week to get it fixed or up and running again.
    • Start with field testing and start small Validate design assumption Get end user feedback
    • Example: MObile Technology for Improved Family planning Maries Stopes International Cambodia - MOTIF phone-based intervention to support postabortion contraception for clients at four Marie Stopes clinics in Cambodia.
    • Example: mobile technology in labor rights ILO’s Better Factory ProgramOutstanding Workers Toll-free IVR line that helps factory workers understand about their rights, health, and safety through call quiz.
    • Example: SMS reporting system for malaria cases Malaria Consortium – Malaria Surveillance and Alert Strengthening Malaria Surveillance in Cambodia. Reporting malaria cases from the community
    • Example of project applied mobile technology Weekly infectious disease reporting – Health centers Health center is the grassroots health clinic of MoH. Real time infectious disease detection and response is very crucial to connect from health center.
    • Example: improve the stock management of malaria treatment drugs Inventory Alert Tool for Malaria Stock – National Center for Malaria Control & CHAI A bi-weekly update on their stock levels through SMS is a window into the current stock situations throughout the health centers.
    • Recommendations • • • • Understand your users/target groups Validate the design earlier Local tech partners Collaborate with private sectors
    • Upcoming: InSTEDD Innovation Camp Innovative tech for women to celebrate International Women’s Day February 28, 2014 To register: ilabsea@instedd.org
    • ilabsoutheastasia.org