The increased usage of mobile technologies and services in sub-Saharan Africa offers invaluable opportunities for accelerating development outcomes. To capitalise on them, interventions should be accompanied by robust
community engagement strategies. A community dialogue approach successfully and pre-emptively addressed the socio-cultural norms and allayed fears around data collection and use that may otherwise have limited community acceptance and uptake of new mHealth tools in remote and underserved villages in Mozambique.
This poster was presented at the Africa Social and Behaviour Change Conference 2019.
Country: MozambiqueKeywords: Digital health | Public health communications | Quality improvement | SDG3
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