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Access toCommunication Publication SeriesVolume 2
Wireless Technology for Social Change:Trends in Mobile Use by NGOs
 
Authors:
Sheila KinkadeKatrin Verclas, MobileActive.org 
About The Vodafone Group Foundation and the UN Foundation Partnership
The UN Foundation–Vodafone Group Foundation Partnership is the leading public–privatealliance using strategic technology programs to strengthen the United Nation’s humanitarianefforts worldwide. The Partnership has three core commitments: (1) to develop rapidresponse telecommunications teams to aid disaster relief; (2) to develop health data systemsthat improve access to health data thereby helping to combat disease; and (3) to promoteresearch and innovative initiatives using technology as an agent and tool for internationaldevelopment. Further information can be found at www.unfoundation.org/vodafone.
Contact:
United Nations Foundation The Vodafone Group Foundation1800 Massachusetts Ave., NW Vodafone HouseSuite 400 The ConnectionWashington, DC 20036 Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 2FNU.S.A. U
Recommended Citation:
Sheila Kinkade and Katrin Verclas. Wireless Technology forSocial Change. Washington, DC and Berkshire, UK: UN Foundation–Vodafone GroupFoundation Partnership, 2008.
Cover Photo Credits:
Clockwise left to right: World Food Programme/ICT; DataDyne; Cell-Life; Télécoms SansFrontières (TSF); FishMS; TSF.
 
Table of Contents
Foreword
4
Acknowledgements
5
Survey of NGO Use
6
Introduction
8
GLOBAL HEALTH
111. Delivering Patient HIV/AIDS Care
(South Africa) 
132. Connecting Health Clinics and Remote Health Workers
(Uganda) 
163. Lowering the Barriers for Access to Public Health Data 
(Kenya, Zambia) 
194. Connecting Youth to Sexual Health Information
(United States) 
23
HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
295. Delivering Food Aid to Iraqi Refugees
(Syria) 
316. Facilitating Communication in Emergency Situations
(Peru, Indonesia) 
347. Text Messaging as a Violence-Prevention Tool
(Kenya) 
38
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
438. Text Messaging to Save Trees
(Argentina) 
459. A Survey of Text Message ‘Infolines’
(South Africa, United Kingdom) 
4810. Environmental Monitoring with Mobile Phones
(Ghana) 
5211. Protecting Wildlife and Human Wellbeing 
(Kenya) 
55
Recommended Reading 
59
Access to Communications Publications Series
Credit: DataDyne Credit: TSF 

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