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Research outputs: MOBILE PHONES
This policy brief focuses on the opportunities to give leverage to mobile phone innovations as a means of mitigating these constraints to ef...Download this report
2013 Collecting maternal health information from HIV-positive pregnant women using mobile phone-assisted face-to-face interviews in southern Africa
Background: Most of the world's women living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) reside in sub-Saharan Africa. Although efforts to reduc...Download this report
To examine the feasibility of providing young adults with mobile phones for the purpose of mobile phone assisted self-interviewing to improv...