Times of this event are in CAT
Level: Basic / Intermediate
This Learning Lab will provide a practical introduction to the use of two innovative ICTs for the assessment of time use and dietary practices in low-income rural contexts: image-assisted recall (IAR) via automated wearable cameras and interactive voice response (IVR) surveys via mobile phones. The tools are currently being validated with women in northern Uganda under an IMMANA project, following a feasibility study in Eastern Uganda. IAR is additionally being validated for the assessment of handwashing practices. The session will include a brief introduction to time use, dietary and handwashing practices assessment; presentation of protocols for the ICTs; a practical session designing a research protocol for using the ICTs; hands-on application of the technologies in the lab setting; sharing learning from the IMMANA project; discussion on how the technologies could be applied in different contexts, including logistical and ethical considerations.
We recommend that you visit the resources prior to attending the session.
- Validation of a life-logging wearable camera method and the 24-hour diet recall method for assessing maternal and child dietary diversity
- Validation of a life-logging wearable camera method and the 24-hour diet recall method for assessing women’s time allocation in a nutritionally vulnerable population: the case of rural Uganda
- Kate Wellard (Natural Resources Institute)
- Joweria Nambooze (Africa Innovations Institute)
- Lydia O’Meara (Natural Resources Institute)
- Elaine Ferguson (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
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