The Acute Respiratory Infection Diagnostic Aid (ARIDA) project aims to introduce automated respiratory rate counting aids to help frontline health workers in resource-limited community settings and health facilities diagnose pneumonia. Aslefech Demeke, from Shafina Health Post, took part in the Children's Automated Respiration Monitor (ChARM) study near her home. Read her story.
Country: EthiopiaKeywords: Community delivery | Child and maternal health | Pneumonia | Case management | Diagnosis | SDG3
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