(Future of Health) Asha Reunites Refugees Across The World
As part of the Future of Health report published last week, we talked to the creators of a phone-based app which helps bring together families torn apart by disasters and conflict.
As part of the Future of Health report published last week, we interviewed key innovators during our research to illuminate ideas and innovation developing in healthcare.
PSFK talked with the creators of ASHA a phone-based app that helps reunite families and loved ones torn apart by disasters and conflict, through simple relay-based networks using humans and cell phones to carry tiny packages of information. ASHA was created by Anders Højmose, Martina Pagura and Ulrik A. Hogrebe as part of a Graphical User Interface class at The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID).
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