Many NGO's in Zambia provide cell phones and talk time for volunteer health workers.
Interviewing women in southern Malawi about the use of a maternal health hotline.
Focusing my lens while preparing to interiew a community health worker in rural Malawi.
Mothers, children and local NGO staff pose for a picture.
Doreen, a community health worker, works a hotline for women and caretakers providing maternal health support.
Villages in Southern Zambia are often 5-15km apart. With bikes health workers have been able to double the number of patients they visit per day.
As a community health worker, Rudi uses her cell phone to update her clinic about malaria trends.
Elementary students at the Chikumbuso Women & Orphan project in Lusaka, Zambia work on a class assignment.
Students at the Chikumbuso Woman & Orphan project spend the afternoon reading in the school library.
It is common for many Zambians to use their cell phones to watch videos.
Posing with a group of community health workers in Southern Zambia.
Anna a community health worker in rural Zambia is grateful for her phone but needs air time to be able to do her work.
This clinic on the border between Zambia and Botswana serves 6,000 local residents.
Ireen, a community health worker says that without her phone she wouldn't be able to connect with her friends and family.
At the Kazungula Border Clinic in Southern Zambia, Midwife Patricia uses her cell phone to text other nurses.
These two Malawian woman use their cell phones to update each other on the wait time at the health center.
Tokozile uses BBM to chat with her friends for free!
Community health workers receive new phones as incentives to continue their malaria reporting.
With over 4 millions cell phones in circulation, the majority of Zambians have access to a phone.
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