A quantitative and qualitative vital eventsregistration system targeting reproductive health
Problem• Data collection at the local level is low resolution. Organizations face challenges in collecting local level data concerning reproductive health
Objective• Bridging the gap between traditional and modernized healthcare infrastructure.• To serve as the midpoint between missing or incomplete data collection and extensive quantitative data collection.
User ScenarioAfter obtaining supplies from a local health worker, TBA was informedabout the new program.Program phone number is printed onmaterial packaging.
* User ScenarioRecording: Please give your name and location. The describe yourmost recent delivery along with the babys size.
User ScenarioTBA: Hello my name is Mendida. Last night I delivered a boyDebre Birhan. He weighed about 2 kg. His mother is 17and had a long labor.
Traditional Birth Attendants• Know the language• Respected and trusted by the community• More regularly present in birth
Extension Health Workers• Have the training and the tools• Provide more specialized care• Connection to the medical community
Members of the Community• Aggregate view of potential issues and concerns in the community
Next Steps• Finding focus groups• Tacking on to existing Infrastructure Support• Designing motivation and incentives structures• Applying collected qualitative data to quantitative data analysis• Develop scalable version of the application taking into account existing regional Telecommunications Infrastructure• RegiStory device R&D