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    • UNICEF  Innova,on   1  
    • UNICEF  Innova-on:    Designing  for  Scale  
    • The  Tech  is  the  Easy  Part  
    • Understand   the    Ecosystem  
    • Partner  with  the  Experts  
    • Design  for  Scale  
    • Strengthen  Government  Systems  
    • Invest  in  Local  Capacity  
    • Beware  the  “Bling”  
    • Simplify  
    • Innova-on  Labs  
    • Informa-on  Access  Points  
    • Informa-on  Access  Points  
    • Uganda  Approach  to  Real-­‐Time  Informa-on   Strengthen   Exis-ng   Systems     Use  real-­‐-me  data  for  real-­‐-me   ac-on   Empower  and  engage  ci-zens  to  hold  service   providers  accountable    
    • Ureport  
    • Ureport        How  does  it  work?  Currently,  there  are  over  31,000  registered   Ureporters  in  Uganda,  from  every  District  in   the  country!  
    • Ureport        How  does  it  work?  Weekly  SMS  polls  (including  maternal  and  child   health,  domes-c  violence  and  access  to  safe   water).  –  Avg  response  rate:  25%  Best  responses  and  results  are  sent  back  by  SMS     to  the  Ureporter  community.  
    • Ureport        -­‐  Poll  Results  Have  you  seen  violence  against  youth  or  children   in  your  community?  YES  (81.4%),    NO  (12.7%),  UNKNOWN  (5.9%)  “Jus-ce  and  law  already  exist  but  its  implementa-on  and   enforcement  needs  to  be  strengthened  for  us  to  achieve   change.”    “Reckless  bea-ng  of  women  tear  gas  which  didnt  spare  even   children”      
    • Ureport        How  does  it  work?  Not  just  about  data…  but  rather  to  increase   Ureporters  knowledge  of  their  rights,  provoke   awareness  of  the  situa-on  in  their  community,   and  promote  dialogue  and  ac-ons  to  find   solu-ons  to  local  problems.      
    • Ureport        How  is  the  data  being  used?  UNICEF  is  using  this  informa-on  as  part  of   na-onal  level  advocacy  work,  sending  alerts  to   government  and  civil  society  stakeholders   responsible  for  follow-­‐up,  and  making  it   available  to  the  general  public.  
    • UNICEF  Innova,on   34