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Mobile Engagement: Easy as Sending an Email!

NPOKI

On Tuesday, July 14th, 2015 from 11:30AM to 1:00PM ET, NPOKI will present their next “Connecting the Information Dots” webinar:

Mobile Engagement: Easy as Sending an Email!

Join our friends at VOTO Mobile as they discuss their mobile phone notification and survey platform - a new technology that allows development practitioners to communicate with the poorest 3 billion people using their mobile phones. Their latest tools make communication to the “edge of the network” as easy as sending an email! They’ll dive into case studies by large organizations (such as the World Bank) as well as smaller, local NGOs, and explore a range of tools that VOTO offers, include messaging campaigns, behavior change, monitoring surveys, national polls, etc.

cid:image007.jpg@01D0AC44.09FEC6F0About VOTO Mobile: VOTO Mobile is a fast growing social enterprise with offices in Ghana, Canada, the US, and Zimbabwe (soon Senegal, Kenya and India). VOTO’s services help their partners distribute and collect information by engaging difficult-to-reach populations through their mobile phones. They specialize in interactive voice calls (including IVR) and SMS in local languages, instantly reaching across distance and literacy barriers. In the 30 months since their launch, their product has been used by 450 organizations to reach over 500,000 people across 26 countries (18 in Africa). Some of their most active partners include: the World Bank, UNICEF, UNDP, Ghana Health Services, Stanford University, McKinsey & Company, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Facebook, MIT, IDEO.org, Camfed, ONE Campaign, FHI360 and Equal Access.

 

Presenter: Louis Dorval, Cofounder and Chief Program Officer, VOTO Mobile

 

To register for this webinar: https://goo.gl/m8VbkB

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