Updated May 21, 2020

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Waliku, Indonesian for “my guardian,” seeks to address education and well-being disparities among school-aged children by digitizing student attendance and facilitating triage and follow-up of high-risk absentees.

Through system optimization tailored to rural and remote contexts, Waliku stands to be the leader in student absenteeism management by providing solutions that work in any environment, including those with access, transportation and general resource challenges.

Save the Children, a non-profit organisation with operations worldwide, is leveraging on their existing technology...
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Through system optimization tailored to rural and remote contexts, Waliku stands to be the leader in student absenteeism management by providing solutions that work in any environment, including those with access, transportation and general resource challenges.

Save the Children, a non-profit organisation with operations worldwide, is leveraging on their existing technology and implementation system, Waliku, to control future local outbreaks of COVID-19. Through their model of reporting and surveillance of students and teachers’ absence and illness data, they are working together with stakeholders and local governments to design outbreak prediction models and dashboards that could inform policy makers on interventions. These could include mitigation strategies such as testing; case isolation, treatment, and hospitalization; and quarantine of family members; and additional suppression strategies including social distancing of entire populations, with school and workplace closures.
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Education and Technology

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