While ownership of mobile devices in Mozambique is growing fast, discrepancies based on gender and location remain. The socio-cultural barriers such inequalities create may limit the community’s acceptance of health workers using mobile devices during consultations.
In 2017, Malaria Consortium trialled a community dialogue approach to improve acceptance of mobile health tools through volunteer-led community meetings, during which local concerns and culturally relevant solutions were discussed. This brief shares our insights from trialling such an approach in Mozambique.
Country: MozambiqueKeywords: Digital health | Public health communications | Diagnosis | SDG3
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