A solar powered kiosk placed in remote villages to address UNICEF’s ever-growing challenges in distance learning, limited reach to physicians, trouble with scheduling visits and the difficulty of identifying needs in different remote communities.

Solar Health Station

The Solar Health Station is a solar powered kiosk placed in remote villages to address UNICEF’s ever-growing challenges in distance learning, limited reach to physicians, trouble with scheduling visits and the difficulty of identifying needs in different remote communities. This simple user interface will have several features and two central functions.

The kiosk allows community members to register and make check-up appointments by selecting a predetermined date and time that corresponds to community health workers’ (CHW) availabilities. The UNICEF headquarters also has a sister kiosk where they can monitor and input the hours that they will be available. If an appointment needs to be changed, a message will be posted to the community kiosk.

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