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  • Before doing that, I would like to share a little bit about Who We Are. So TTC is a Dutch-based NGO founded in 2007 with its main offices in Netherlands and Uganda. We started out with an mHealth program in HIV/AIDS awareness in Uganda and we’ve run over 50 programs now across 12 countries in Africa and 2 in Latin America. TTC specializes in interactive and incentive based mobile solutions. We partner with different NGOs, governments and companies and depending on what message they would like to deliver, and who they would like to reach, we help  them design the mobile solutions to meet those needs. When I say mobile solutions, this includes SMS, IVR, data collection tools through mobile and we are also expanding this to include a call centre with market research capabilities and social media.      
  • Dialing TOHARA is not strongly associated with having gone for circumcision, while dialling WAPI has a statistically significant association.
  • Men’s decisions about seeking VMMC services are complex, influenced by many factors such as culture, traditional beliefs, education, sexuality, gender relations, economic and marital status and many other factors.
  • Dialing TOHARA is not strongly associated with having gone for circumcision, while dialling WAPI has a statistically significant association.
  • Dialing TOHARA is not strongly associated with having gone for circumcision, while dialling WAPI has a statistically significant association.
  • Dialing TOHARA is not strongly associated with having gone for circumcision, while dialling WAPI has a statistically significant association.
  • Consistent with pathway models of behavior change, the findings demonstrate that individuals requesting general information are not necessarily prepared to access services, while those seeking service availability information are motivated to utilise them. Intuitively, this seems reasonable: If you already know what MC is all about you won’t use Tohara, you’ll just want to know where you can get the procedure (i.e., you’re knowledgeable & motivated).
  • Consistent with pathway models of behavior change, the findings demonstrate that individuals requesting general information are not necessarily prepared to access services, while those seeking service availability information are motivated to utilise them. Intuitively, this seems reasonable: If you already know what MC is all about you won’t use Tohara, you’ll just want to know where you can get the procedure (i.e., you’re knowledgeable & motivated).

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  • YOUTH MOBILE PLATFORMON THE POST-2015 DEVELOPMENT AGENDA Inception Workshop 7th – 8th February 2013 Johannesburg, South Africa Veronica Yow E-mail: vyow@texttochange.com http://www.texttochange.com
  • • NGO founded in 2007 in Amsterdam• Social Mobile Service & Content Provider• TTC develops Interactive and Incentive based mobile programs• Work together with local partner, or with local agents• Mobile Tools for Health, Education, Economic development, Social Impact & Accountability: • SMS, Voice, Data Collection App• Pioneer in mHealth in Africa
  • INTRODUCTIONMAIN OBJECTIVE:Establishment of a mobile platformto enable youth participation inshaping the post-2015 agenda inAfricaLOCATION & DURATION: - 6 countries in February (Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, South FOCUS POPULATION: Africa, Botswana, Ghana) - 3 countries in March (Ethiopia, Malawi, Zambia, Burkina Youth between age of 18 – 35 Faso)
  • RADIOS, POSTERS, BILLBOARDS, COM MUNITY ACTIVITIES
  • MethodRound 1:What’s your hope/vision for a better future for you & Africa?The concept generated in this phase will be synthesised andcategorised into 10 (or less) key concepts.Round 2:Youth will be asked to rank these (emerged) concepts.Round 3: (possible)The top 3 ranked concepts might be followed up forfurther information of different aspects of the priorities (ie. ifeducation is a first priority, which could be further detailed –quality, access, relevance, completion, etc)
  • SAMPLE MESSAGESWe’re seeking Share your voice. It Please tell usyouth (18-35yrs) all starts with YOU. your age. Send Reply free offor Voice AfricasFuture, a global AGE <space> <your age> to ACTION charge: What’s your hope/vision for asurvey for a 4127 better future for youbetter world. & Africa? Reply HOPEReply is free. <space> <answer> to 4127
  • RESPONSE - PILOT GENDER 43% FEMALE 57% MALE KENYA
  • RESPONSE - PILOT Environment Sustainability 1% Poverty Reduction 8% Infrastructure Development 4% Food & Agriculture 2% Equality 4% Peace & Security 19% Health 8%Employment & Economic Opportunities 20% Education 7% Democratic Governance 27% 0% 10% 20% 30% KENYA
  • “I dream of an Africa devoid of prejudices, an Africa that fully embraces democracy and shuns selfishness, an Africa free of debt and Africa where no one lacks food, homes are safe children go to school instead of toiling in the fields. I dream of Africa where the libraries are full and the slums are empty. An Africa where, education is a right that everyone attains with or without money. I want an Africa that gives birth to the ” greatest innovators.. Female, 21, NairobiWebsite: http://www.texttochange.com