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The purpose of the handover summary is to provide the February team with information on the current state of Hidden Hunger (HH). That is, our primary focus, what HH has achieved and actions on for future operations. The primary focus for February can be summarised in three major facets; conducting pilot tests, organising new pilot tests and exploring other potential customer segments.  The goals of the HH project directly align with three of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs);...

Sascha Koerner-Heinjus
by Sascha Koerner-Heinjus
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Link to Adopted Experiment:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2863530 Experiment Results Reassert Lean Phase: Unique value proposition Reassert Assumption: Stakeholders are interested in the USTAWI app.  Results: The result of the experiment was concluded to be an Orange Light.  Results for each NGO Meeting NGO Name : World Food Program Outcome (Gold, Silver or Bronze):  Silver January Summary: HH met with Zonal Coordinator Chrissy Mbewe after...

Cara Forte
by Cara Forte
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Cara Forte
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Lean Phase: Unique value proposition Purpose: To determine that NGOs will pay for the USTAWI app in pilot test form. Assumption: Stakeholders are interested in the USTAWI app. Time Box: February weeks 1-4. Key Metrics: Number of NGOs who pay for a pilot test of the USTAWI app. Criteria Green light - Stakeholders commit to paying for a pilot test of the USTAWI app. Success point - Three stakeholders commit to paying for a pilot test and/or a payment...

Sascha Koerner-Heinjus
by Sascha Koerner-Heinjus
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Sascha Koerner-Heinjus
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Solution Purpose: To improve the crop recommendation feature of the USTAWI application to include information on i) region specifics ii) seasonal specifics iii) which of the 6 Malawian food groups it fits into, and iv) if it is recommended by the Food Based Dietary Guidelines (FBDG). Assumption : It will be possible to find resources to gain specific and accurate information on Malawian crops. Time Box: February Weeks 2-4. Key Metrics: List obtained of crops...

Sascha Koerner-Heinjus
by Sascha Koerner-Heinjus
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Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Unique value proposition Purpose: To determine that NGO’s will pay for the USTAWI app. Assumptions: Stakeholders are interested in the USTAWI app.  Success metric: Number of successful pilot tests committed to. Criteria Green light: Stakeholders commit to pilot test the USTAWI app. Success point: Three stakeholders (including confirmation with DAPP) commit to a pilot test and/or pre-orders USTAWI app. Orange light: One stakeholder commits to a...

Jack Ryan
by Jack Ryan
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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: Unique Value Proposition   Purpose:  - Accessibility: To obtain information about the remaining foods listed in the USTAWI that is Malawi specific and the food accessibility from market vendors and Super markets. - Recognisability: To continue to assess if the Malawian locals find PEV provided images of food on the USTAWI app recognisable   Assumption:    Accessibility: That super markets in Blantyre and market vendors in Blantyre Market, Limbe Market,...

Angus Roberts
by Angus Roberts
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Angus Roberts
Proposed Experiment

  Lean Phase: Unique Value Proposition Purpose: To obtain a pilot test with stakeholders. Assumption: Potential stakeholders in Malawi are willing to meet with PEV. They will understand the barriers towards solving malnutrition. These stakeholders will be interested in the USTAWI application and will express an interest in a partnership/participating in a pilot test. Time Box: January week 2-3 Success Metric: Number of additional groups interested in the app and B2B solution....

Angus Roberts
by Angus Roberts
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Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Utility Testing Assumption: Nutritionists in each of the 28 districts in Malawi will provide information on the types of food specifically available in their district. Time Box: December Week 1-2  Purpose: To obtain district-specific information regarding food accessibility in order to ensure USTAWI is a more district tailored application.  Success Metric: Obtain information on each food listed in the app from nutritionists across different districts.  CRITERIA Green...

Briana Bessell
by Briana Bessell
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July 2019 marked the fourth month of operations for Hidden Hunger. The work of July 2019 can be divided into three pillars: 1/ Customer segment B: are NGOs and businesses a viable customer segment? 2/ Utility testing: how can we make the app Malawi-specific? 3/ Channels: is Facebook, radio or posters more effective at reaching mothers (customer segment A)? July experiments and results Customer Segment B Experiments: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1022670 (offer...

Jack Ryan
by Jack Ryan
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Proposed Experiment: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/956910   Introduction:  In the month of July, the Hidden Hunger team explored 3 different advertising channels. These included advertising on radio, Facebook and posters. To test these channels, we met with information and communication officers from businesses working in the nutrition space, as well as various radio sales and marketing executives. We successfully launched the posters and radio advertisement, but...

Elizabeth Sparks
by Elizabeth Sparks
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Elizabeth Sparks
Experiment Results

Experiment Post Reference : https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2115500   Lean Phase : Utility Test   Purpose : To obtain information about food accessibility for the foods listed in the USTAWI app that is Malawi specific.    Assumption : Market vendors in Blantyre, Limbe, Nancholi and People’s Markets will provide information about food accessibility for all foods listed in the USTAWI app that is Malawi specific. Food information will also be acquired in a...

Olly Cirocco
by Olly Cirocco
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Olly Cirocco
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Utility Test   Purpose: To obtain information about food accessibility for the foods listed in the USTAWI   that is Malawi specific.   Assumption: That market vendors in Blantyre Market, Limbe Market, People’s and Nancholi Market will provide information about food accessibility in Malawi. Further information will be acquired in the supermarket. Food accessibility in this case refers to the price of different foods, seasonal availability of different foods and how...

Karen Capangpangan
by Karen Capangpangan
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Karen Capangpangan
Experiment Results

Experiment Post Reference : https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1351350   Lean Phase: Utility Test   Purpose: To obtain feedback on the recognisability and clarity of food photographs from locals.   Assumption : Having clear and concise photographs to accompany different fruit and vegetable recommendations will make the food survey, and app in general, easier to understand.   Time Box : July Weeks 2-3   Success Metric : Percentage of positive reactions to...

Olly Cirocco
by Olly Cirocco
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Olly Cirocco
Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: Unique Value Proposition    Assumption: That NGOs and Businesses who we have set up previous relationships with are willing to meet with PEV for a second time to discuss possible licencing of the app/ partnership. The purpose of this experiment is to see if stakeholders are willing to spend their time with PEV (time is the currency we are testing in this experiment).   Time Box: December Weeks 1-4   Success Metric: NGOs and Businesses who we have set up a...

Imogen Thomas
by Imogen Thomas
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Imogen Thomas
Experiment Results

Experiment Design Post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1022670   Lean Phase: Customer Segment   Assumption: Potential stakeholders are willing to meet with PEV. They will understand the barriers towards solving malnutrition and can provide data and advice on how to tackle this problem. These stakeholders will be interested in the USTAWI application and will express an interest in a partnership.   Time Box: July Weeks 1-4   Success Metric: 1) Number...

Cody Webb
by Cody Webb
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December 2018 was the first month of Hidden Hunger. To date, we have surveyed 50 mothers in villages (predominantly in the Nancholi region), in order to identify early adopters (CSA) and begin problem definition (PD). We also aimed to reach out to organisations in the nutrition space for data, access or advice on nutrition (CSB). However, surveying mothers was the priority for the month. The December 2018 executed on three experiments: Customer segment A (CSA):...

Jack Ryan
by Jack Ryan
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Jack Ryan
Adopted Experiment

CONTENT Lean Phase: Problem Question: How do our customer segments define malnutrition? Do our early adopters engage with our problem synthesis? Purpose: Empathise with customer segments to define the problem. Assumptions: Household experiences hunger for most months of the year Inadequate diversity of food to meet food security Households overweight or obese due to Maize consumption Stunting amongst children Children overweight/underweight Time Box:...

Jack Ryan
by Jack Ryan
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Jack Ryan
Adopted Experiment

CONTENT Lean phase: Customer Segment Question: Do consumers recognise that they have the problem we are trying to solve? Who could be our early adopters? Purpose: To find the most efficient means of finding this customer segment by reaching out to groups working in the space. Assumptions: Groups working in the space can provide advice and/or efficient means to find customer segments e.g. NAYO, UBALE, US Aid, National Nutrition Committee, Mary’s Meals, WFP, WHO, College...

Jack Ryan
by Jack Ryan
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Adopted Experiment

CONTENT Lean Phase: Customer Segment Question: Do consumers recognise that they have the problem we are trying to solve? Who could be our early adopters? Purpose:  To validate our assumed early adopters. Assumptions: Our assumed early adopters are: Mothers (for their children and themselves) Pregnant women Our assumption that we are testing: Mothers and pregnant women are actively trying to solve the problem of malnutrition (for example, by growing food...

Jack Ryan
by Jack Ryan
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Work Update

The Market Analysis team is striving towards its goals for the month with the 110% hustle that Project requires. One of our main goals for the month is to establish the workings of the Siem Reap farm produce supply chain. This understanding is crucial for the long-term success of FarmEd’s blueprints so that we have a better idea of where farmers’ increased blueprint yields will go.   Supply chain   Cambodia is a country which imports the vast majority of its fruit and...

Jack Ryan
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Jack Ryan

Sydney, Australia

Joined this community on Nov 25, 2017

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