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Nairobi, Nairobi County, Kenya
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Excited about solving local challenges using design and technology. Graduate from the MEST(www.meltwater.org) Technology Entrepreneurship program. Currently working on t-safe(a program that rewards teens for accessing free Sexual Reproductive Health services from participating youth-friendly clinics and pharmacies) - http://ke.tikoexplore.org/explore/en/
Hi Anika great to have your contribution and summary of your idea. It would be helpful for the community members to learn a bit more about how your idea would work by providing more content(how the idea will work, who you are targeting, what questions you are seeking to address, what help you would need from the community, etc...). To update your post, hit the Edit Contribution button at the top of your post and save after you're done updating :) Looking forward to the additional contribution.
Hi zuriat great to see your contribution. I like the suggestions put forward by Anne-Laure Fayard on enabling you provide more clarity on your idea. I would also like to think that your focus is on creating a youth friendly and safe environment for the teens in Gulu district to access SRH services and information. Is that the case?
Sometime back, Mariestopes: https://www.mariestopes.org/ collaborated with IDEO to create Future Fab(https://www.ideo.org/project/future-fab) - A lifestyle brand is breaking through the stigma and catalyzing new conversations about reproductive health. One of the products they have in Kenya is Future Fab branded clinics -which are youth-friendly clinics for teens to access SRH services and infor. Would be interesting to get a few ideas on their approach, their learnings and successes. Looking forward to see the progress