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The United Nations Development Programme Lebanon used WhatsApp to conduct qualitiative surveys to listen to Syrian refugees in Lebanon dealing with conflicts with the local Lebanese community. Using Whatsapp is an effective tool for collecting qualitative data from vulnerable communities at scale. WhatsApp is widely used, with 84% of refugee households in Lebanon on WhatsApp. WhatsApp's voice message function allowed us to send survey questions as voice messages and collect people’s stories directly including from people who are illiterate. 1036 people participated in our survey showing its success as a bottom-up, people-driven method.

 

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Reliable transportation is the primary barrier to stable employment for shift workers. Our solution leverages existing technology to provide “transportation as a benefit” through an integrated network of on-demand transportation options. We will quantify savings for employers due to reduced turnover and increased employee productivity, incentivizing them to fund the program long-term.

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Every week millions of people use the UK government's GOV.UK website to do complex and sometimes life-changing tasks, such as learning to drive, getting a visa, or starting a business.

In the past, finding the guidance, forms and online services you needed could be difficult and time-consuming.

Step-by-step navigation is a new feature on GOV.UK that allows any service to be represented as a series of simple steps.

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M♡THer is a novel interactive system designed to support women throughout diagnosis of gestational diabetes to the birth of their baby. It also improves multidisciplinary care co-ordination by providing shared access to the women’s clinical information. Clinicians saw an opportunity to improve service delivery to patients, and improve care provision, particularly as referrals to GDM services dramatically increase. No other technology like this could be found, at the time of development.

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The neighborhood of Seodaemun-gu in Seoul has implemented various Smart City/IoT activities:

1. The establishment of the control system of public trash bins
2. Operating the village bus information service for the safe return of residents
3. Establishment and operation of “Police security report app” for the safety of public restroom
4. Build a smart walking trail in Seodaemun An-san(An-mountain)

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Animal and plant health surveillance is a part of the structure of agricultural and livestock production, including supply safety, pest and pathogen control, and certification of agro-industrial products. However, we lacked of tools that allow integration of activities and ensure agility in the transmission of the data obtained in the field. We developed an integrated system of surveillance for the inspectors to use, in the animal husbandry agency in the state of Minas Gerais, the Instituto Mineiro de Agropecuária.

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The automatic filling and assessment of individual’s income tax return enables the tax return to be delivered in a simple, convenient and timely manner, as it exempts the taxpayer from any interaction except the confirmation of the pre-filled values.
The tax return is fully filled out by Tax Administration with the data gathered (income and expenses) from third parties information (employers, businesses, banks, etc.) and from the individual elements declared by the taxpayer in the previous year.

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More than 150,000 Togolese have downloaded the SOS Systems application, which helps precisely locate the place of occurrence of a disaster, can identify the health history of an unconscious victim by scanning the QR code of the bracelet, and shares daily health tips and tricks.

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[EXAMPLE CASE STUDY] Over 87% of company value is in intangible assets, including brands and trade marks. IP Australia has launched
Australian Trade Mark Search to help businesses thrive in a global economy. Powered by revolutionary image
recognition and AI technology, the solution provides more confidence for our customers when protecting their most
important assets and has significant global applicability.

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Carrot Rewards is a platform promoting healthy living and public engagement that leverages behavioural economics, mobile tech and the power of loyalty programs to motivate and educate users to make better everyday lifestyle choices for themselves, their families and the planet. Created in collaboration with public sector agencies, leading Canadian health NGOs and the private sector. With over a million downloads, Carrot is driving sustainable positive behaviour change on a population scale.

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