The Global Disaster Preparedness Centre wanted to be able to provide simple life saving information that was available just at the right time, so we were keen to help.
Due to our work with The British Red Cross and The American Red Cross, we were approached by GDPC (Global Disaster Preparedness Center) to build a first aid app that could be rolled out to multiple countries across the world.
GDPC wanted to be able to provide simple life saving information that was available just at the right time, so we were keen to help.
We created a container app that has life saving content available for 45 languages. This means that when the app is downloaded, you can select your location and preferred language to ensure the content is accurate to your region. This native app has meant that GDPC has been able to have incredible reach and given instant offline access to information on how to handle the most common first aid situations, in order to help save lives.
As part of this app, there are interactive quizzes and videos that allow users to earn badges so that they can show off their life saving knowledge!
Simple guides to help users work through vital information at their own pace.
The ability for users to test knowledge and improve their skills.
Allow for users to quickly search for content they need in life saving situations.
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