RADA APP LAUNCHED DURING THE 2019 INNOVATION WEEK

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RADA App was officially launched at the Nairobi Innovation Week on Thursday 13th June 2019. This is an innovation of Students from the University of Nairobi and UNESCO.

RADA is a mobile health Application that allows users to access information about sexual and reproductive health, professional counseling, peer counseling and how to ask for help when in an emergency situation example rape and/or physical abuse.

It also helps students get professional information on sexually transmitted infections and diseases. Other features include reporting and seeking help while in an emergency or an abusive situation, getting career tips and dealing with peer pressure. The app also has emergency numbers, a hotline feature that helps students locate the nearest ambulance and a Hall’s officer. It has been licensed by the University of Nairobi and other institutions can adopt it and customize it. The developers hope it will help curb students drop out rate, depression, suicide, alcohol, drug abuse and HIV infections.

The App is accessible through Google Play store. It can only be used by University of Nairobi students for now. It will later be available to other institutions who can customize it to their liking

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