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August 28, 2014 Randy Schwemmin

At D-Rev, we often face a conundrum when we approach large foundations or government agencies to support our work. In the global health community, funding committees are frequently staffed by academics or global health experts who have spent their careers publishing peer-reviewed papers. They are familiar with the standards of …

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August 26, 2014 Kelly Blank

Doing field research means a lot of time sitting in rickshaws and taxis—and asking for directions. In places where there may not be a formal physical address system, we often stop several times, hoping the person recognizes the name of our destination. In this clip Garrett and Krista are going …

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August 19, 2014 Sara Tollefson

Today we are adding a new feature to D-Rev’s impact reporting: user and patient stories. These stories put faces to the data that D-Rev is already reporting, and remind us that behind every “baby treated” and “amputee fit” statistic that we report is a person whose life has been impacted …

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July 9, 2014 Samuel Hamner

Sam explains the ReMotion Knee to Dr. Fredros Okumu of the Ifakara Health Institute while recently attending the UNESCO Technology for Development (Tech4Dev) conference. Product standards and regulations for medical devices are used in high-income countries to ensure that patients are receiving effective medical care. Without these standards, we could …

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