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EpiHack™ Phnom Penh

EpiHack™ Phnom Penh

Project Details

About

In August 2013, EpiHack™ Phnom Penh convened 60 leading technical developers and global health experts addressing the important, borderless issue of disease surveillance in Southeast Asia.

Impact

EpiHack™ Phnom Penh led to five prototype projects incorporating participatory (or crowd-sourced) disease surveillance into the region: CoPanFlu, DoctorMe self reporting, Influenza-Like Illnesses (ILI) Surveillance, Mae Tao Clinic, and new applications of Verboice.

Technical Resources

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    “Hacking for Disease Surveillance in Southeast Asia”

    Blog post published on the Skoll Global Threats Fund website describing EpiHack™ Phnom Penh and five prototype projects.

    Blog post published on the Skoll Global Threats Fund website describing EpiHack™ Phnom Penh and five prototype projects.

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    “Wrap up From EpiHack”

    Blog article published on the Skoll Global Threats Fund website about the final day of EpiHack™ Phnom Penh describing the prototypes made and awards given. Contains a three-minute slideshow from the event.

    Blog article published on the Skoll Global Threats Fund website about the final day of EpiHack™ Phnom Penh describing the prototypes made and awards given. Contains a three-minute slideshow from the event.