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December 2019 marked the fifth month of operations for Hidden Hunger. The work of December 2019 can be divided into two pillars: 1/ Customer segment B: establishing partnerships with NGOs and businesses. Improving our understanding of the viability of customer segment B. 2/ Utility testing: how can we make the app Malawi-specific? December 2019 Experiment Results: Utility Testing: Experiment: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2805920 (Food Accessibility Experiment:...

Briana Bessell
by Briana Bessell
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Briana Bessell
Experiment Results

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....

Briana Bessell
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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: Unique Value Proposition Purpose: To carry out a Pilot test with stakeholders. Assumptions:  1. Stakeholders will be interested in using the USTAWI application to record nutrition information on local Malawians they help. 2. Employees will use the application on local Malawians when they are out working. Time Box: January Weeks 1-4 Success Metric:  Number of Successful Pilot test run or ongoing at the end of the month. CRITERIA: Green Light: Having stakeholders...

Angus Roberts
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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
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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
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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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Briana Bessell
Experiment Results

Lean Phase : Utility Testing Purpose: To obtain information about food accessibility for the foods listed in the USTAWI that is Malawi specific. Assumptions : Market vendors in Blantyre, Limbe and Nancholi markets, will provide information about food accessibility for all food listed in the USTAWI app that is Malawi specific. Food information will also be acquired in supermarkets. Time Box : December 2019 Weeks 1-4 Success Metric: Information will be obtained about the...

Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
by Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
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Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
Experiment Results

Experiment Post Reference:   https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2776460 Lean Phase:  Customer Segment Assumption: 1. NAYO is willing to use the USTAWI application in a pilot test. They will provide feedback on the effectiveness of solving issues surrounding malnutrition. 2. NAYO will be willing pay to use the USTAWI application Time Box:  Commence December Week 2 Success Metric:   Willingness of NAYO to follow the MOU and agree to the payment subscription...

Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
by Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: Solution Purpose:  1. To completely map agriculture in the Blantyre district, in order to improve the crop feature of the USTAWI application. 2. Introduce Hidden Hunger to crop and livestock owners - gauge interest in being part of the application in the future Assumptions:  1. Agriculture companies willingly tell us the food they manufacture 2. Supermarket managers at Shoprite, SPAR, and the Peoples Market, willingly tell us where they source their food. 3....

Jarrod Balcomb
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Jarrod Balcomb
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Customer Segment Assumption: 1. NAYO is willing to use the USTAWI application in a pilot test. They will provide feedback on the effectiveness of solving issues surrounding malnutrition. 2. NAYO will be willing pay to use the USTAWI application Time Box: Commence December Week 2 Success Metric:   Willingness of NAYO to follow the MOU and agree to the payment subscription https://docs.google.com/document/d/16l1SVvJgT5YfvQD2p97Brump6q2hvXBeAOySQQF96mk/edit...

Jarrod Balcomb
by Jarrod Balcomb
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Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase:  Utility Testing Purpose:  To assess if the Malawian locals find PEV provided images of food on the USTAWI app recognisable Assumptions:   - That market vendors in Blantyre Market, Limbe Market and Nancholi Market will articulate how recognisable they find our images of food. - Further information can be presumably gained from the locals our surveyors encounter in their research. - Assumption exists that if the locals find the food unrecognisable, that they can offer...

Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
by Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
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Lucas Fagundes-Lydon
 

Angus Roberts

Coffs Harbour, Australia

Joined this community on Oct 14, 2019

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University of Newcastle

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Civil and Structural) with Bachelor of Finance

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Malawi

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