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Our Priority Areas

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Service Delivery Planning

Challenge: Identifying and reaching populations with health services and vaccines
​Solution: Digital microplanning using GIS, spatial analysis, satellite imagery and Artificial Intelligence to map target populations.
Read more about the WHO & UNICEF GIS Working Group for COVAX Innovation 

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Vaccination Status

Challenge: Current approach is not tamper-proof​, as the card is easy to lose or forget​, there is poor quality and integrity of data​, and lack of immutable authentication mechanisms for providers and recipients.
​Solution: A Smart Vaccination Certificate and a shared architecture to verify vaccination status of individuals that supports both digital (e.g., smart phone) and analog (e.g., paper Yellow Card, ID cards) use

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Counterfeit Detection

Challenge: High value product encourages harmful  falsification, leading to mistrust and vaccine hesitancy
​Solution: GS1 enabled verification of health products traceable through a Global Trust Repository

 
 
 
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Community Mobilisation

Challenge: Overabundance of information can lead to confusion and mistrust in the public health response.​
Solution: Digital communication solutions to make trusted information available 

 
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Logistics Management

Challenge: Incomplete and untimely information make logistics decisions and supply chain management difficult.​Solution: Electronic Logistics Management Information System (eLMIS) solution of health data management to ensure greater commodity security.

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Coverage Monitoring

Challenge: Slow and incomplete information on uptake and coverage of health services in a population.
Solution: Electronic data collection and visualization of health services administered across population strata, with protocols to detect and remediate issues in real time.

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Remote Health Worker Learning

Challenge: Movement restrictions and remote locations limit continuing education of frontline health workers
​Solution: eLearning of health workers using vetted content and quizzes delivered through digital communications platforms and mobile phone applications

 
 
 
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Service Health Delivery

Challenge: Low care quality and missed opportunities for longitudinal care due to lack of individual patient histories
​Solution: Health worker decision support with electronic client records to improve service delivery, detect adverse events, and collect health information.