Content Delivery to Feature Phones

A Workshop organized by the GDPC in collaborated with Social Impact Lab (SIMLab) to explore extending the project to reach portions of the population who have not yet gained access to smartphone technology, and considering ways to get the First Aid app or its content onto feature phones. Number of case stuides presented and discussed during the workshop. 

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