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Wireless Technology for Social Change: Trends in NGO mobile use
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Forewordby UN Foundation Chairman Ted Turner and Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin
Survey of NGO Use
Global Health (Section Introduction)
Case Study 1: Delivering Patient HIV/AIDS Care (Cell-Life, South Africa)
Case Study 2: Connecting Health Clinics and Remote Health Workers (AED-Satellife, Uganda)
Case Study 3: Lowering the Barriers for Access to Public Health Data (DataDyne, Kenya and Zambia)
Case Study 4: Connecting Youth to Sexual Health Information (SexInfo, United States)
Humanitarian Assistance (Section Introduction)
Case Study 5: Delivering Food Aid to Iraqi Refugees (WFP and Syrian Red Crescent, Syria)
Case Study 6: Facilitating Communication in Emergency Situations (Télécoms Sans Frontières, Peru and Indonesia)
Case Study 7: Text Messaging as a Violence-Prevention Tool (Oxfam-GB and Peacenet, Kenya)
Environmental Conservation (Section Introduction)
Case Study 8 : Text Messaging to Save Trees (Greenpeace, Argentina)
Case Study 9: A Survey of Text Message ‘Infolines’ (Various, South Africa and United Kingdom)
Case Study 10: Environmental Monitoring with Mobile Phones (Intel Research, Ghana)
Case Study 11: Protecting Wildlife and Human Wellbeing (GSM Association, Kenya)
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