Tag: mHealth

Job Opportunity: Digital Health Deployment Toolkit Designer

Job Opportunity: Digital Health Deployment Toolkit Designer

Role: Digital Health Deployment Toolkit Design Consultant Work Type : Consultancy Level: Individual contract (equivalent to L4) Duration: 60 days (1 May – 30 August 2017) Duty Station: Remote If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world’s leading children’s rights […]

Job Opportunity: Digital Health Deployment Specialist, Global Innovation Centre

Job Opportunity: Digital Health Deployment Specialist, Global Innovation Centre

View the complete Terms of Reference and deliverables here. To begin job application click here. Role: Digital Health Deployment Specialist, Global Innovation Centre Location: Office of Global Innovation Work Type: Consultancy Duration of Contract: 11.5 months Duty Station(s): Flexible, but must have the flexibility to travel. If you are a committed, creative […]

August 2016 Recap: Must Read Stories

August 2016 Recap: Must Read Stories

Hi there UNICEFStories Readers. This was a busy month. In case you missed our latest blogs, here’s a recap of some of the top stories published on UNICEF Innovation’s blog during August. Click away: UNICEF awarded by CIO 100 for game-changing innovations UNICEF was honored at the 29th CIO 100 Symposium […]

Volunteer Opportunity: mHealth Deployment Assistant

Volunteer Opportunity: mHealth Deployment Assistant

Download the complete Terms of Reference here Volunteer – mHealth Deployment Assistant Location of Assignment: Kampala, Uganda (Global Innovation Lab Mbuya) Language (s) required: Fluency in English Duration: up to 3 months BACKGROUND UNICEF has been innovating for children for more than 60 years. Innovations support the organization’s 135+ country offices in finding […]

 

USAID mHealth compendium features mHealth that scales

Produced by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and published on May 2016, the full publication can be viewed in the mHealth Compendium Special Edition 2016: Reaching Scale. To read the full publication, click here. Due to the rapid growth in access to mobile phones and networks, opportunities […]

Corrections and Emendations from Nethope

Corrections and Emendations from Nethope

Fredrik Winses, Director of Global Programs for Nethope, was kind enough to write back to my earlier blog post, correcting some specific wording that I had taken issue with.  I really appreciate this; it’s the type of constructive dialogue on which the internet, UNICEF’s Innovation work, and the open-source communities […]

Job Opportunity: mHealth Deployment Specialist (consultant)

Job Opportunity: mHealth Deployment Specialist (consultant)

Download the complete Terms of Reference here Title: mHealth Deployment Specialist Section/Unit: Office of Innovation Duration: 7 months (with an optional extension up to maximum 11.5 months based on performance, need and availability of funding) Duty Station:  Flexible; must have ability to travel frequently Level: Individual contract (Equivalent to P3 […]

Job Opportunity: RapidPro mHealth Product Manager (consultant)

Job Opportunity: RapidPro mHealth Product Manager (consultant)

Download the complete Terms of Reference here Title: RapidPro mHealth Product Manager Section/Unit: Office of Innovation Duration: 6 months (with an optional extension up to maximum 11.5 months based on performance, need and availability of funding) Duty Station:  Flexible; must have ability to travel frequently Level: Individual contract (Equivalent to P4 […]

‘Wash Wana Hands’ video clip screen capture. © UNICEF Ghana/2015/Neil Shaw

AGOO: Ghana’s interactive mobile platform to educate about Cholera, Ebola – and a catchy song!

By Fabrice Laurentin, Communication for Development (C4D) Specialist, UNICEF Ghana Ghana’s last cholera outbreak started in June 2014 and continued through 2015. More than 30,000 people were infected, 250 died. Cholera is spread through germs from feces of infected people that get into unprotected water sources, then through contaminated food […]