The Farrar Foundation study: Understanding community perceptions on drones
BNMT Nepal’s work on the drone project has been further strengthened by Farrar Foundation grant which aimed to understand community perceptions about the drones, and if the service effectively increased access to healthcare services in the district. The recipient of this grant, Kritika Dixit is the Research Manager at BNMT and an early career global health researcher.
The report of this study titled, “What is the ‘unique object’ flying in the sky?”: Understanding community perceptions of drones for healthcare in Nepal, has been featured in the Farrar Foundation 2020 Newsletter.
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