Reaching people in remote areas

With a global lock down restricting movement in all forms reaching people in remote areas is extremely difficult. Through innovations, new ways are developed through which people can be identified and reached.

 

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Humanitarian Open Street Map

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) is mapping the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Western Uganda to provide accurate maps to help healthcare workers in their tracking, treatment, and prevention of Ebola. Deploying machine-learning based algorithms, HOT will create a single information data source for humanitarian agencies and communities.

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Telemedicine System

Al Seeraj is creating a telemedicine system for laboratory technology services in Syria. The system involves three workstations physically located in hard-to-reach areas of Syria, connected to a virtual headquarters abroad. Lab samples are prepared in situ in Syria, are interpreted and analysed by a network of laboratory technical experts.

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Surveillance and detection through digital solutions

A digital health solution, IeDA (Integrated eDiagnostic Approach) which supports the medical staff in diagnosis . This surveillance system will rapidly detect and report new cases, monitor trends in disease and monitor epidemic’s impact on health care system. 

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Humanitarian Chatbot

Communication with communities is a critical part of humanitarian response. It is essential in order to understand the needs of local communities and to provide effective feedback. This will allow communities to become more empowered and directly engaged in decision-making.

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