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Health
Educating reproductive health on apps
Jannatul Islam Rahad
Published : Friday, 19 December, 2014,  Time : 12:00 AM,  View Count : 17
We are linving in the era of Technology. Technology are touching every part of our life every day. Developers are working to give update services from their coded application. We are discussing here about some mobile application those help us to learn about the reproductive health by tapping the hands on.
The free app, available for iOS and Android operating systems, aims to help women take full control over their reproductive health and calculate when they are most fertile users begin by indicating whether or not they are trying to conceive, before adding personal health information, including weight, height, activity level, average menstrual cycle and body temperature.
"Glow is an ambitious enterprise where for the first time ever, our emerging ability to crunch and analyze vast quantities of data will be used to empower women (and couples) to take control of their reproductive health," according to glowing.com. Paypal co-founder Max Levchin and former Google executive Mike Huang launched Glow in 2013.
The app Konjy is a not for profit reproductive health mobile application that's geared towards helping her have a safe and better sexual life/health. She wants your sexual encounters with your partner to be more memorable and enjoyable, while also keeping you safe from sexually transmitted diseases and helping you manage sexual problems and sex crimes against you." Sex Genius: Provides you access to basic Information that would help you understand your body and that of your partner, thereby making your love making session memorable and satisfying.
Dristhi" is a m project in India funded by Wellcome Trust and undertaken by a consortium led by Foundation for Research in Systems (FRHS), Department of Reproductive and Research of World Organization (WHO), Earth Institute of Columbia University and ThoughtWorks.
The project, which will be piloted in Karnataka, will develop a "m Package" - a strategic mix of mobile technology applications and support materials - to support NRHM's reproductive, maternal and child health (RMCH) services. The technology will be easy to use, provided free of charge, and is being developed with the intention of immense scale-up following rigorous pilot testing, impact assessment and revision.
Women's and Research Centre (WHARC) promotes access to reproductive rights protection, information and care especially for young girls. This reproductive health app developed by Eko-Konnect on behalf of WHARC allows sexually active youth obtain information about sexual health and locate the nearest health clinics in Nigeria among other features. The app also has features that allow young women monitor their reproductive health and monitor their menstrual cycles.








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