案例研究

与维生素天使合作,使用数据驱动的方法在偏远社区分发维生素

在这个案例研究中,我们分享了我们如何使用数据分析在难以接触到的社区中定向分发维生素A和阿苯达唑

  • Two early years doses of vitamin A are recommended by WHO and are free for those who can access it. 

    reach52 wanted to support the clinicians in providing access when government supply was lacking in hard-to-reach communities in the Philippines. 

     

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  • reach52 collected and analysed health data from underserved populations in rural Philippines through the reach52 Insight platform. 

     

    Based on this data analysis, we engaged governmental and non-governmental organisations to demonstrate the need for Vitamin A and source supplies. This included collaborating with Vitamin Angels – a non-profit working with local programme partners and national governments to deliver nutrition resources worldwide.  

     

    We designed the model for the targeted distribution of Vitamin A & Albendazole to the communities based on the analysed data. The distribution programme was delivered by reach52 access managers, in collaboration with the local health units.  

     

    The programme reinforced the need to accelerate digital health solutions for these communities. The government had to use a paper tracking system of ‘ledgers’ that made integration with technology difficult. 

     

    Where digital was leveraged (e.g. capturing data on specific households through reach52 apps and platforms), it enabled the precise delivery of the right medicines to the right households. Engaging local healthcare professionals to better recognise the value of non-clinical professionals is also key, so they are willing to shift tasks to equipped members of the communities. 

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  • The programme covered all eligible children in chosen communities for the pre 9-month and pre 2-year dose. Using the data analytics, we requested for:  

    • Vitamin A 100,000 IU for 1221 6-11 month old children
    • Vitamin A 200,000 IU and Albendazole 400mg for 7,714 12-59 month old children 
    • Multivitamins for women for 244 pregnant women

    As a result of the targeted approach, reach52 and its partners were able to provide essential access to healthcare for mothers and children in underserved communities. reach52 covered all communities that lacked access as per the baseline community data collected, achieving 100% coverage for patients needing Vitamin A and Albendazole. 

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  • 世卫组织推荐两剂早期剂量的维生素A,可免费提供给能够获得的人

    reach52希望支持临床医生在菲律宾难以接触到的社区缺乏政府供应时提供治疗。

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