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Digital Health and Human Rights

The project is focusing on how new technologies might transform weak health systems in low-resource settings.

About the project

The project is focusing on how new technologies might transform weak health systems in low-resource settings, with a special emphasis on people living with HIV, migrants, women and girls - groups who rarely have input into the policy decisions that shape what kinds of data are gathered about them, by whom, and how that data is used or managed.

Outcomes

A large data-set ready to be used in publications and facilitate political discussions. 

Cooperation

  • Graduate Institute Geneva
  • Global Network of People Living with HIV
  • Kenya Ethical & Legal Issues Network on HIV & AIDS, STOPAIDS
  • BRAC University
  • James P Grant School of Public Health
  • Universidad de los Andes

Work Package

Work Package 6: Research & development education for ESD

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