Researching socio-cultural drivers via innovative methods

As part of the King’s College and Cambridge-Africa seminar series, Claudia Abreu Lopes presented the method and insights from our research project in Uganda. Recruiting interactive radio and SMS technology, Africa’s Voices collected and analysed citizens’ beliefs on the causes of complications during pregnancy and at delivery, to help shape context-specific health interventions for Ugandan women.

Event details

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Categories

Recent Articles

Five lessons learnt about collecting and using citizen-generated data to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance in Kenya
29 September 2021
My Journey setting communities’ agenda at Africa’s Voices: Moses Maina
21 September 2021
What does placing citizens’ voices at the center of decision making mean for Africa’s Voices?
17 September 2021

Archives