Transitioning From Paper to Digital Delivers Improved Health Services

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Like many health care facilities in Cambodia, The Lake Clinic’s five outposts (TLC) largely rely on paper-based record keeping for its patients. Located in the Tonle Sap Lake region, TLC opened in 2008 with the mission to provide quality health services to the area’s remote floating communities who do not typically have access to medical […]
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Using Digital Data Collection Tools to Maximize Impact

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Paper-based data collection can quickly consume many organizational resources including staff, budget, and time. Digital tools can offer a faster and more efficient way to collect data and report, however, many Cambodian civil society organizations still use paper-based systems for collecting data from their target audiences. MEDIA One (Media for Education and Development in Action), […]
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Simple & Affordable Technology for Civil Society: Flood Warning Tool

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In February, Rob Ryan-Silva, Director of the DAI Maker Lab, ran a three-day workshop on building hardware for civil society for a group of twelve staff from eight civil society organizations at Development Innovations. This was a test to see if “maker” tools could prove useful in the context of Cambodia’s civil society. During the […]
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Leveraging Mobiles to Boost Efficiencies in the Rural Sanitation Market

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Major gains have been made in providing clean water, sanitation infrastructure and improving hygiene behaviors in Cambodia in recent years. Local markets for commodities to support access to clean water and sanitation began to develop in the past decade and local stakeholders and the Royal Government of Cambodia have made it a priority to improve […]
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