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At 6:21am on April 28, 2011, Amy O'Donnell said…
Here are some further examples we know of: African Elections Project (AEP) in Malawi, AEP in Ivory Coast, AEP in Ghana, Kubatana in Zimbabwe As you can see African Elections Project use our software regularly, and you will see from their website that do election monitoring in many African countries (too big to fit in my previous comment)
At 6:20am on April 28, 2011, Amy O'Donnell said…

Hi Gibson,


We have some resources to help you get started with FrontlineSMS, such as Ashoka's Quick Start Guide if you have specific questions about using FrontlineSMS then feel free to ask them on the forum and the team / other users would be happy to help. Just make sure you are clear about what your situation is (what phone/modem you are using, what you have tried and if you are having specific issues).


Florence has given me some great advice, suggesting that you might want to join the election monitoring group and perhaps start a thread there. There are plenty of examples of FrontlineSMS having been used in election monitoring previously such as the recent Nigeria example which Nicola pointed out below.  In fact, one of the first public deployments of the software was in the Nigerian elections in 2007

Hope this helps, feel free to ask if you have further questions. From Amy and Florence \o/

At 10:35am on April 27, 2011, Amy O'Donnell said…
Thanks! All the best with your project! A
At 1:57am on April 27, 2011, Nicola Avery said…
Hi Gibson, check out the case study that Florence has added about the Nigerian Elections - it may have ideas for you.
At 11:28am on April 26, 2011, Amy O'Donnell said…
Welcome Gibson! I was wondering, when you say broadcast - what medium do you use? Do you work in radio? Amy

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