InSTEDD Innovation Lab(Cambodia)<br />Channe Suy – Product Manager<br />channe@instedd.org<br />
About InSTEDD<br /><ul><li>InSTEDD Mission:Develop technologies for earlydetection and rapid response to diseases and disa...
Work with existing and new idea
Follow partner’s priorities eg. Government
Develop and test ideas together</li></li></ul><li>Building Local Capacity: Phnom Penh Innovation Lab<br />2 years running ...
Working with Cambodian Government<br /><ul><li>Cambodia CDC
Grassroots needs within national priorities
Deploy GeoChat for Rapid Response Team
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Introduction about InSTEDD and iLab. Why iLab, project done at iLab and share the challenges that we learned from the field.

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    1. 1. InSTEDD Innovation Lab(Cambodia)<br />Channe Suy – Product Manager<br />channe@instedd.org<br />
    2. 2. About InSTEDD<br /><ul><li>InSTEDD Mission:Develop technologies for earlydetection and rapid response to diseases and disasters.
    3. 3. Work with existing and new idea
    4. 4. Follow partner’s priorities eg. Government
    5. 5. Develop and test ideas together</li></li></ul><li>Building Local Capacity: Phnom Penh Innovation Lab<br />2 years running in Cambodia<br />Requirements are best understood by local constant dialogue<br />All technologies go obsolete or need maintenance<br />Technologies need to integrate with existing efforts and strategies<br />Establish local team that can design systems with end users<br />Local team buildsmodular, open source systems, train in QA; build local tech capacity & network<br />Train in interoperability and architecture. Extend existing apps.<br />
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    7. 7. Working with Cambodian Government<br /><ul><li>Cambodia CDC
    8. 8. Grassroots needs within national priorities
    9. 9. Deploy GeoChat for Rapid Response Team
    10. 10. Nation-wide deployment in 2010
    11. 11. National Center for HIV/AIDS (NCHADs)
    12. 12. Appointment Reminder for continuity of treatment
    13. 13. Extended the current OI/ARV system
    14. 14. SMS appointment reminder to Home Based Care
    15. 15. Integrates with existing Medical Record System
    16. 16. Designed locally with appropriate remote support</li></li></ul><li>GeoChat Deployment in Cambodia<br /><ul><li>Pilot test to Cambodia CDC for RRT communication
    17. 17. Grouping Head of PHD and National level
    18. 18. Agreement with telephone company
    19. 19. Provide toll free short number to send and receive, free SIM cards
    20. 20. Roll out to provinces when the National Gateway is set up (feb)
    21. 21. Users come up with new uses for GeoChat – beyond paper processes</li></li></ul><li>Challenges from the field<br /><ul><li>Lack of basic SMS skills at grassroots level
    22. 22. Limited english knowledge
    23. 23. Limited support of Khmer Unicode in mobile devices</li></ul>Opportunity:<br />Improve field reporting of structured data in a low-capacity, low-training and reliable way<br />
    24. 24. “Magic Wheel” <br /><ul><li>Field staff uses the wheel to generate a code
    25. 25. Code has error detection and resiliency built in
    26. 26. Send the code via SMS or Interactive Voice Response(IVR)
    27. 27. Automatically extract structured data from the code</li></li></ul><li>Thank you !<br />http://instedd.org<br />channe@instedd.org <br />Contact us at the iLab to..<br />See if we can help with local projects<br /> Join our open events and trainings<br />Help you use GeoChat in SE Asia<br />
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