SeisP Móvil, a tuberculosis treatment tracking app for Peru
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README.md

SeisP Móvil, an eDOTS app for Android

Developed in partnership with Socios en Salud, this is an app to track directly observed treatments (DOTs) to increase adherence rates to treatments for diseases like tuberculosis.

Part of Harvard's Tech in the World program, a winter break fellowship that sends computer science students to work on international development software projects with nonprofits abroad.

Based in part off ankitvgupta/eDOTS, which the Tech in the World team developed in January 2015, and jtomaylla/SeisP120, which Juan Tomaylla (formerly of Socios en Salud) created in 2014 and 2015.

Tech in the World team

We're a team of 5 computer science students at Harvard who are part of Harvard's Developers 4 Development, a computer science and international development club. Follow along with our progress at blog.techintheworld.org!

Running

  • Clone this repository
  • Install Gradle: brew install gradle
  • Install Android Studio
  • "Import" this project into Android Studio by selecting its build.gradle
  • Install VirtualBox
  • Install Genymotion
  • In Android Studio, install the GenyMotion plugin
  • Start up Genymotion
  • Run this app in Android Studio