Mobile health in Sierra Leone: Evidence and implications for health systems

Abstract

This technical brief summarises a mobile health intervention research in Bombali district, in north-west Sierra Leone. It describes how health providers were connected to clients through mobile telephones (the interventions), and the assessment of these interventions (the findings regarding results and impact). This technical brief provides recommendations for healthcare providers and policy-makers interested in adopting mobile health interventions to advance maternal and newborn health.

Citation

Anon. Mobile health in Sierra Leone: Evidence and implications for health systems. KIT-Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam, Netherlands (2014) 8 pp.

Mobile health in Sierra Leone: Evidence and implications for health systems

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