Timóteo Chaluco

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In low-resource settings in developing countries, most records are still captured and maintained using paper forms. Despite a recent proliferation of digital data collection systems, paper forms remain a trusted, low-cost and ubiquitous medium that will continue to be utilized in these communities for years to come. However, it can be challenging to(More)
Malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) are particularly useful in low-resource settings where follow-through on traditional laboratory diagnosis is challenging or lacking. The availability of these tests depends on supply chain processes within the distribution system. In Mozambique, stock-outs of malaria RDTs are fairly common at health facilities. A(More)
We describe our experiences integrating ODK Scan into the community health worker (CHW) supply chain in Mozambique. ODK Scan is a mobile application that uses computer vision techniques to digitize data from paper forms. The application automatically classifies machine-readable data types, like bubbles and checkboxes, and assists users with the manual entry(More)
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