The device provides a reminder for mothers when they are due for a check-up. It also has the ability to keep track of new births and gives UNICEF agents an accurate idea of the baby’s health and vitals.

RFIDlifeband

The RFIDlifeband not only addresses UNICEF’s difficulty with registering new births, but it also has a few other perks. The device has the potential to reduce missed appointments, as it provides a reminder for mothers when they are due for a check-up. It also has the ability to keep track of new births and gives UNICEF agents an accurate idea of the baby’s health and vitals.

The RFIDlifeband is a bracelet device designed specifically for pregnant women that they can put on and take with them during the term of their pregnancy. The device, given out at their first check-up, will have a timer that alerts mothers when they are due for their next check-up. When the mother is in labor, the device will send a message to a system that is specifically for birth registrations. The information sent to the system will include the mother’s location and her vitals during labor. Once the signal is received, a health worker can visit the mother to register the baby and check vitals.

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