Mobile technology is one of the fastest growing industries. In rural parts of the world, mobile phones are more accessible than sanitation facilities and electricity. Mobile phones can be used to transmit health information, promote health awareness, track the spread of diseases, and ultimately decrease the prevalence of diseases. In particular, this study focuses on how mobile health technology, m-health, can reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS and malaria in Tanzania.
"Mobile Health Technology in Developing Countries: The Case of Tanzania,"
Pepperdine Policy Review: Vol. 6
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/ppr/vol6/iss1/5
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