Pop!Tech Launches Initiative Aimed at Deploying Software to Support HIV Education, Counseling in Africa
October 23, 2007
Pop!Tech, an annual conference aimed at fueling social and environment changes through technology and innovation, recently launched a new initiative that seeks to deploy clinical software to support HIV education and counseling, as well as treatment adherence, in South Africa, the Boston Globe reports. The initiative, called Project Masiluleke, is part of the Pop!Tech program Pop!Tech Accelerator, according to the Globe. The initiative was launched during the most recent three-day annual conference held in Camden, Mass., which drew 600 scientists, technologists, business leaders, futurists and artists, the Globe reports.
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