Mobile technology used to reach more women with vital health and nutrition messages

An article written for UNICEF Cambodia following my field trip to Takeo.

“Many pregnant women and mothers in Cambodia do not have access to health centres and may not have adequate knowledge to take care of themselves during their pregnancy nor to take care of their new-born baby.

The Healthy Family Community is a project implemented by the NGO People in Need (PIN) with UNICEF support, that uses mHealth technology, which is the use of mobile phones in medical care, to provide maternal and new-born child health related messages to pregnant women and mothers.”

Click below to read the full article:

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Travel Tori

Hi and welcome ✨ I am Victoria, a 25 year old french girl, from Albi, in the south of France. When I was 16 I moved to Perth, Australia, for one year by myself. I attended high school there, stayed with host families and was hosted by the Rotary Club of Perth. Since then, I have been traveling as much as I can, I moved to Buenos Aires for a year, Copenhagen for 9 months, Cambodia for 6 months, and Shanghai for 4 months. I am currently living in the US, where I am working at the Alliance Française de Chicago. Through this blog I hope to share with you my passion, my adventures and best memories. Hope to read from you soon 🌍

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