Name Ureport
Source UNICEF
Hyperlink to Source http://www.ureport.ug/
Description U-Report is a free SMS-based system that allows young people to speak out about what's happening in communities across the country. It also enables them work with other community leaders for positive change.
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Lead Institution UNICEF
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Partners brac, IBM
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Info link http://www.ureport.ug/
Implementation link http://ureport.ug/pollresults/
Case study link http://ureport.ug/pollresults/
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Type Platform
Potential for reuse High
Open source Yes
Open Source URL https://github.com/unicefuganda/ureport
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Maintenance Requirements
Plug & Play Yes
Outputs compatible with indicators from Official Statistics Partly
Status Implemented
Country use cases
Target Groups
Statistical Institute
Other Government Agencies
Civil Society Organizations
Sectors where the innovation can be applied
  • Agriculture & Rural Development
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  • Social Development
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  • Social Protection & Labour
  • Areas of technological innovation
  • Mobile Data Collection
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  • Real Time Data
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  • Social Media Data
  • Areas of management practice innovations
    Crowdsourcing
    Use of Alternative Data Sources
    Areas of institutional process innovations
    Digital Activism
    Case Study URL with Public Sector Participation www.malecircumcision.org/communication/documents/Comm - Projects and Case Studies/Case_study_design_and_implementation_Zambia_Ureport.pptx
    Case Study Description In Zambia, UNICEF's Ureport and the Ministry of Health in Zambia prepared this case study to design, implement and manage aT4D strategy for HIV and young people.
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    Good practices displayed Yes
    Created On 2014-04-12
    Updated On 2014-04-12
    Status Published
    Framework
    Build




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