Participation to The D2Rwanda Study project

In Spring 2017, WiredIn worked on mobile app development for the D2Rwanda Study (which stands for Digital Diabetes Study in Rwanda) project developed and conducted by Aarhus University (AU) and the University of Luxembourg (UL) under the auspices of the University of Rwanda and Rwanda Biomedical Centre. The project aims to determine the efficiency of HBCPs programme and mobile health application in responding to solve the problem of mismatch of doctors and nurses to diabetes patients in Rwanda (Ref: LINK).

WiredIn was involved in the development of the mobile app call Nyitaho and development of a web-based system that enables nurses and HBCPs (Home-Based Care Practitioner) to study, to arrange appointments, to insert clinical and laboratory results and also update current medications.

[Screenshots of the developed application (Picture is from the report)]

We received positive comments on our work as follow:

“A local software company was contracted for the development of the project (WiredIn Ltd), aiming at taking advantage of their knowledge of the Rwandan context, its challenges, and opportunities. Right from the beginning, the team of the company has demonstrated an exceptional level of professionalism and know-how and has managed to provide essential input and guidance. Based on the agile methodology, the development work was divided into small pieces; for each iteration, there were phases of planning, design, coding ad n testing. Bi-weekly meetings took place with the two PhD students, aiming at demonstrating the working product of the iterations, and provide feedback. Following this workflow, the development team was able to adapt to changes and requests rapidly.”

(Charilaos Lygidakis, PhD student at University of Luxembourg (UL), Jean Paul Uwuzuhiwe, PhD student at Aarhus University (AU), in Denmark)

[The development team of WiredIn demonstrating an alpha version of the Nyitaho app. (Picture is from the report)]

To Mr. Charilaos Lygidakis, Mr. Jean Paul Uwizihiwe and Associate Professor Per Kallestrup, it was our pleasure working with you and wish the success of your entire research.
As a company that believes and is putting efforts in human resource development and skill development of the youth, we are pleased to have played a part in this innovative and solution providing project. Our doors are open for similar collaboration with institutions.

Please feel free to contact us for inquiries on collaboration.

You can read and read the full report from following link: LINK (You will be redirected to an external page)