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Published 15.06.2020 07:32
In New Zealand, a chat-bot sharing Covid-19 information will include Pacific languages.
This free Facebook Messenger chat-bot named Ᾱmio was created by three New Zealand doctors, Sanjeev Krishna, Canaan Aumua and Cole Rudolph. It was launched in February for residents in New Zealand and Australia. It is currently in English and Mandarin and they plan to translate it to Samoan, Tongan and…
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Published 02.06.2020 16:17
The interactive game Wanji helps remote populations in Africa and Asia educate themselves on Covid-19.
The game was created by non-profit Peripheral Vision International (PVI) and mobile communications provider Viamo. The gaming platform provides interactive learning through spoken audio in Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Ghana, Madagascar and Nepal. It is possible to play the game without Internet connection, which is crucial for a geographically remote and…
Inclusion,
Published 25.05.2020 13:03
In the US, Surgo Foundation launched a website that shows how where Covid-19 is spreading fastest and who is most vulnerable.
The foundation is using behavioural science, data science, and artificial intelligence to uncover new insights that policymakers, government officials, and the general public can incorporate into their response, from the national right down to the local level. The website offers both analyses of data and links to datasets, as well…
Inclusion,
Published 27.04.2020 09:45
In Venezuela, a doctor launched Coronayuda, a web platform for managing aid to migrants during the pandemic.
The portal serves to support vulnerable populations in the diagnosis of Covid-19 through rapid tests, a short questionnaire and telemedicine consultation. The founder is Anaís Cristina Reyes, a Venezuelan doctor specializing in cardiology at the University of Carabobo.  
Health,
Published 27.04.2020 06:06
In California, a social enterprise launched a free telehealth portal.
Shared Harvest, a Los Angeles-based social enterprise launched the portals: myCovidMD and myCovid19.live to offer under-resourced communities health resources in real-time, by real people. The initiative is powered by a volunteer citizens task force called Community Health Partners (CHPs). They also offer virtual healthcare visits, wellness checks, and a crisis…

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