About mAdapt

  • mAdapt uses mobile technology to provide refugees with information concerning their most pressing reproductive health needs.

  • Users can also search for location-specific information, in their own language, directing them to accessible health care services in their area

 

We feel strongly that for women and girls to count,

they need to be counted. 

 

  • mAdapt will also collect de-identified data that can help inform public health and policy development. 

  • By mapping what services are being sought, where and how often we can help improve health care delivery and reduce resource wastage.

 

About Us

  • mAdapt is made up of UNC-Chapel Hill students and alumni.

  • We come from:

    • The Gillings School of Global Public Health’s Maternal Child Health Department;

    • The School of Arts and Sciences’ Geography Department; 

    • and UNC Global’s Department of Global Studies.

Carolina Challenge Pitch Party, November 2015  From Left- Beccah, Hannah, Zainab and Stephanie

Carolina Challenge Pitch Party, November 2015

 From Left- Beccah, Hannah, Zainab and Stephanie