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Cultural objects receive QR code stickers that activate curated video testimonials for helping identify needs that exist in different parts of the world.
A retail space promotion designed to spread awareness of global health needs and to raise funds for developing outreach programs.
In order to deliver accountability on the part of aid workers, the Stickybits ID Badge System keeps record of tasks workers perform, items distributed, and interactions conducted with other team members.
By leveraging existing medicinal databases, the SMS service enables users to text pill codes and specially tagged medicine barcode numbers to receive object information in their native tongue.
To better assist with community reminders for checkups, scheduling visits to clinics and registering births, this program provides cell phones that generate daily prompts via a SMS service.
Augmented Reality Field Aid provides users up-to-the-minute video and supplemental guides for identifying needs and approaching rudimentary health operations and procedures.
Through inexpensive communications technologies, Mobile Clinic helps develop a health record database that can be securely transmitted to healthcare practitioners for assessment and available treatment recommendations.
PSFK challenged advertising and design agencies from around the world to react to the Future of Health report. They were tasked with developing concepts in the form of products, services or communications that addressed one or more of the needs set forth by UNICEF.