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Mobile Capacity for Development in Guatemala

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A short summary of research around mobile development in Guatemala from 2010's Design for Unicef class at NYU's ITP.

A short summary of research around mobile development in Guatemala from 2010's Design for Unicef class at NYU's ITP.

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  • 1. Design for UNICEFMobile CAPACITY FORDEVELOPMENT inGuatemalaby Sandra Dávila and Ari Joseph
  • 2. DesignBACKGROUNd/ forContext UNICEFSPRING 2009ITPREGISTORYblog.registory.orgSandra DávilaAndrea DulkoAri JosephMichelle MayerJonathan Ystad
  • 3. DesignBACKGROUNd/ forContext UNICEF SUMMER 2009 Guatemala Projects: RapidSMS Trials RegiStory Research Field Visits
  • 4. DesignBACKGROUNd/ forContext UNICEF Guatemala Mobile Stats as of 2007: Total Population: 13 Million* Mobile Phones: 1.35 Million Landlines* 1.32 Million Internet Users* LAGO AtitláN Guatemala City 10.2 Million Phones* Antigua *http://data.un.org/GUATEMALASites Visited
  • 5. DesignGoals for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototypemobile systems under fieldconditions‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology‣Augment existinginfrastructure with new tools
  • 6. DesignOUTCOMES for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototypemobile systems under fieldconditions‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology‣Augment existinginfrastructure with new tools MIDWIVES in San Juan La LAgoa
  • 7. DesignOUTCOMES for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototypemobile systems under fieldconditions‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology‣Augment existinginfrastructure with new tools Youth in Antigua
  • 8. DesignOUTCOMES for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototypemobile systems under fieldconditions‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology‣Augment existinginfrastructure with new tools Three Major Telecom Companies in Guatemala
  • 9. DesignOUTCOMES for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototypemobile systems under fieldconditions‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology‣Augment existinginfrastructure with new tools RAPIDSMS TRial in GUATEMALA CITY
  • 10. DesignOUTCOMES for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototypemobile systems under fieldconditions Old National ID New National ID‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology Registory Meeting‣Augment existing with RENAP (National Registryinfrastructure with new tools of Population)
  • 11. DesignOUTCOMES for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototypemobile systems under fieldconditions‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology‣Augment existinginfrastructure with new tools Emergency Alert System, PANAJACHEL
  • 12. DesignOUTCOMES for UNICEF‣ Document existingconditions and behaviorssurrounding mobiletechnology‣ Test and prototype medical CHARTS,mobile systems under field San PABLO La Lagoaconditions‣Amplify existing uses oftechnology‣Augment existinginfrastructure with new tools
  • 13. DesignLessonsLearned for UNICEFThe technological balancing act:helping or hurting?
  • 14. DesignLessonsLearned for UNICEFAssume things!
  • 15. DesignLessonsLearned for UNICEFThen be ready to throw out yourassumptions.

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