An innovative intervention providing Cambodian authorities with quick and targeted access to the population within their area of responsibility.
A toll-free hotline for workers to access information about the labor law and personal health as well as rate the performance of their factories.
An interactive hotline complementing and amplifying the Loy9 program by providing the audience with an additional medium to engage with the program’s content.
An automated hotline providing info on road safetyl risk factors and encourage best practices.
Web-based application that enables health center staff and village malaria workers to report malaria cases via SMS text alerts to a centralized system.
Together with the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports and National Center for Disaster Management, the iLab created an emergency response system for their specific needs.
Improving HIV drug order placement can help get the right drugs to the sites that need them, as well as be used to detect inconsistencies and outliers in drug distribution.
To rapidly track conflict data, InSTEDD worked together with Pact to introduce an SMS and GIS system in Nepal.
Using a combination of a fingerprint identification system and a master patient index, clinics can track patients across multiple systems, ensuring that doctors have the most up-to-date reliable information on their patient’s unique needs.
Phnom Penh is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. One of the side-effects of such rapid expansion is a struggle to contain waste management. For example, many Phnom Penh waterways are littered by so much trash that one can’t see the water’s surface beyond styrofoam containers and other plastic waste.