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  • This is a digital doorway - a low power consuming, open source based computer with three computing stations. It is weather proof and virtually unbreakable. These are children working and learning on the digital doorway.
  • We are building ways to access and participate in this kind of information with other devices then a computer.
  • This is a digital doorway - a low power consuming, open source based computer with three computing stations. It is weather proof and virtually unbreakable. These are children working and learning on the digital doorway.
  • This is a digital doorway - a low power consuming, open source based computer with three computing stations. It is weather proof and virtually unbreakable. These are children working and learning on the digital doorway.
  • This is a digital doorway - a low power consuming, open source based computer with three computing stations. It is weather proof and virtually unbreakable. These are children working and learning on the digital doorway.
  • This is a digital doorway - a low power consuming, open source based computer with three computing stations. It is weather proof and virtually unbreakable. These are children working and learning on the digital doorway.
  • This is a digital doorway - a low power consuming, open source based computer with three computing stations. It is weather proof and virtually unbreakable. These are children working and learning on the digital doorway.
  • This is the Ushahidi Team led by Erik Hersman meeting about delploying their SMS system in DRC
  • This is Ushahidi DRC. People are sending SMSs to alert locations where a violent incident is taking place
  • This is Makeda. She is one of the hundreds of thousands of children in Ethiopia benefiting from Plumpynut distribution. This is Girma. He is the person responsible for monitoring the distribution of PlumpyNut at the lowest level. This is Rolf. He is the Chief of Supply in Ethiopia and wants to know how much Plumpynut is in stock This is Girma sending his stock report by SMS
  • This is what Rolf sees on his computer in addis
  • This is what Rolf sees on his computer in addis
  • In malawi the problem was lack of data collection in a central storage. Information wasn’t going upstream, and health workers weren’t informed of important actions they might need to undertake.
  • In partnership with columbia university, the new malawi system provides granular information on moderate malnutrition.
  • This is what Rolf sees on his computer in addis
  • Nigeria needs to monitor the distribution of 63 million bed nets
  • First implementation in Lagos, after 7 weeks of dev time, covered 300k nets. 2 local developers were trained and are being hired

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  • 1. most valuable populations (the return of the… uniwiki)
  • 2. Ayutthaya. Sunday
  • 3. Two years ago…
  • 4. … today
  • 5. www.speakafrica.org
  • 6. Connecting Classrooms
  • 7. www.unite4climate.org
  • 8. http://mruyouthplatform.org/
  • 9. http://www.ushahidi.com/
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  • 14. Rapid SMS Egypt
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  • 16. CODE Patient ID MUAC (mm) Edema (E/N) Symptoms MUAC +28 105 E V D MUAC> Child +28 Fatimata Diallo F/13M has SAM+. Please bring child in for IMMEDIATE inpatient care. SMS as sent by health care worker: Immediate SMS response received by health care worker:
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  • 19. Keys
    • For scalability
      • use available hardware
      • use non-proprietary solutions
      • build possibility for local industry
    • Think big. Partnerships and adoption goals
    • on a regional and continental level
    • Open Source and commit to making your ideas accessible
  • 20. Resources:
    • www.unicefinnovation.org
    • www.speakafrica.org
    • www.unite4climate.org
    • www.stopx.org
    • www.ushahidi.com
    • Chris Fabian: cfabian@unicef.org
    • Erica Kochi: ekochi@unicef.org