InSTEDD teamed up with Maryknoll Mental Health produce two educational videos illustrating signs for mental health have been created and distributed on social media in the attempt to make people understand more about the issue.
Human-centered design sits at the heart of our practice. There were numerous meetings conducted with farmers during the early stages of the project and throughout the design and prototype solution process.
The partnership between InSTEDD iLab and SPIDER has allowed for ICT4D Prototype Incubation in Cambodia.
The iLab held an iCamp dedicated to aiding farmers during a period from May to August of 2018. Leading up the event, the team held four meetings with different groups of local farmers to learn more about their goals and the challenges that they face.
GoGreen Cambodia is the Mobile Application that’s actively engaged Phnom Penh residents to improve the cleanliness in the city.
As Cambodia’s economy grows, so does its population, and
as a result, urbanization occurs. Rural residents, often of a
younger demographic, move to Phnom Penh in search of
work, and over the last decade, the city’s population has
The iLab Southeast Asia (SEA) solutions incubator launched one year ago with the mission to inspire and help launch new community based projects using technology to solve social problems in Cambodia.
The iLab Southeast Asia, with funding support from The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions (SPIDER), is hosting an innovation camp (aka iCamp), a day-long event that helps you learn how to rapidly design and prototype ICT4D solutions into your program implementation.
InSTEDD iCamp is a one-day rapid prototyping workshop designed to give an opportunity to all agricultural development actors to discuss their work challenges and to both propose solutions and to validate ideas with real farmers.
It was a different world. Under a scorching daylight, we were trudging along a gravel road, not quite knowing which direction to turn. There were no signs of neon lights, concrete or ubiquitous Lexus’ from the streetscapes of Phnom Penh. The color pallet was mostly of browns, greens and blues of the sky, instead of the usual grey. The air felt drier and cleaner.