UNICEF Bangladesh has signed up with Riseup Labs for extended feature development of the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System Web and Mobile application. By signing the project, UNICEF Bangladesh has entrusted Riseup Labs with this project again. Before this signing, RUL developed the application to monitor and record adolescent nutrition programs of UNICEF Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Government.

On Monday, 17th April 2023, UNICEF Bangladesh and Web and Mobile App Development Company Riseup Labs signed the project for extended feature development of the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System.

Update of the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System

There are several updates in the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System. UNICEF Bangladesh has added some extended features in developing the web and app. The additional features are:

  • Stock, History Web Frontend Implementation
  • Stock, History Web App Implementation
  • Stock History or Stock List
  • Supply Stock Report
  • Enrollment Report
  • Total Stock Count
  • Total Used Count

Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System App Launched

Riseup Labs has developed the “Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System” app for UNICEF Bangladesh. It is an interoperable online digital platform for monitoring and recording adolescent nutrition programs.

The Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System app was launched at a workshop on August 25, 2022, at the Hotel Amari in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Director General Nehal Ahmed of the Directorate of Secondary & Higher Education (DSHE) released the app. At that very moment, individuals from Bangladesh’s divisions were present.

‘Kids in good health learn more. Healthy eaters are more productive. Which creates opportunities to break the cycles of poverty and hunger. Professor Nehal Ahmed stated that “all forms of malnutrition pose substantial dangers to human health.”

He added, “Now there is a reporting system in place. it will be simpler to identify the students who require nutrition.”

‘Adolescent nutrition program is multi-sectoral,’ Said Dr. Ireen A Chowdhury, Nutrition Officer, UNICEF Bangladesh. She added, ‘The UNICEF Nutrition Section created an interoperable digital platform. It will monitor and document school-based adolescent nutrition programs in Bangladesh. It will improve program documentation and quality control through monitoring systems.’

Riseup Labs developed the Adolescents Nutrition Central Reporting System. Its main purpose is helping teachers to track down the students who need nutrition education.’ The app is user-friendly. Users can add students & teachers manually and monitor class participation in Nutrition Programs easily. Users can use this app online & offline in both modes.

Ershadul Hoque, Founder & CEO of Riseup Labs

Challenges of UNICEF Bangladesh for the App

UNICEF Bangladesh faced several challenges with documentation and quality check of the daily data of an Adolescent Nutrition program. So they were looking for options to improve efficiency through monitoring systems. Their challenges were designing and developing the followings:

  • A Comprehensive Online Digital Web Platform
  • A Mobile Application

Challenges of Riseup Labs

Riseup Labs developed the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System to solve the challenges of UNICEF Bangladesh. But the developers faced the following difficulties while designing and developing the platforms. 

  • API Connectivity
  • Big Data Management

Solution for UNICEF Bangladesh

Riseup Labs is a top Web and Mobile Application Development Company. Their experienced developer team solved all the challenges in the development period. Here is the solution they implemented on the platforms.

  • API Connectivity: The Production Team used API testing automation for efficient and detailed testing utilizing the most vital API testing tools.
  • Big Data Management: Riseup Labs developed a detailed strategy and roadmap up front to solve big data management problems.

Key Benefits of Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System

UNICEF Bangladesh and DSHE will be able to monitor and record the activities through this Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System. The key information will be monitored by the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System:

  • Track and monitor weekly iron-folic acid supplementation. It will help to meet the challenge of the high prevalence and incidence of anemia among adolescent girls
  • Track and measure BMI measurement data of each individual adolescent
  • Keep a record of deworming distribution twice a year
  • Track and keep a record of weekly nutrition education for each individual adolescent
  • Create referrals and keep that records of each individual complex case
  • Track monitoring by the supervisors and other monitors from national and sub-national levels
  • Checking the stock of Deworming
  • Track the stock of Iron-folic acid supplementation

Features of the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System

The Adolescent Nutrition Program of Unicef requires a system for automatic reporting. A crucial step in creating a reporting system is choosing efficient reporting software. Based on the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System process, the features of this standard reporting system are presented below.

  • Data Filtering
  • Export to PDF
  • Field Explorer
  • Access Levels
  • Data Blending
  • Customization
  • Multiple Users
  • Data Grouping
  • OLAP Reports
  • Graph Reports

Technology Used in the App

The Technology has been used by Riseup Labs to develop the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System are:

  • Flutter for the Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System app
  • React for the frontend
  • Laravel for the backend.

Supported By

The Adolescent Nutrition Central Reporting System app has been supported by

  • Health Population and Nutrition Sector Program (HPNSP)
  • Directorate Of Secondary & Higher Education (DSHE)
  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) and
  • Ministry of Education (MoE)

About UNICEF Bangladesh

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is a United Nations organization. It works in more than 190 nations and territories to benefit children in need of humanitarian and developmental assistance.

The organization was established in Bangladesh in 1952 by volunteers to assist the government with laws and policies. It supports numerous initiatives and pledges made under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Which distinguishes children from adults and identifies children as human beings. Bangladesh’s UNICEF national representative is Tomoo Hozumi.

About DSHE

Department of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) is working to generate educated individuals who can contribute to Bangladesh’s progress and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

DSHE is trying to make educational resources accessible to everyone (SDGs). It concentrates on quality improvements and targeted efforts to boost service delivery quality and promote equity of access in secondary and higher education to address the difficulties at these levels.

About Riseup Labs

Riseup Labs is an ISO 9001 & 27001 certified next-generation global IT service and technology solution provider company that helps enterprises reimagine their business and navigate their digital transformation. We harness the power of Web 3.0, Automation, Analytics, IoT, Cloud, and emerging technologies to design & develop innovative, intelligent, and sustainable solutions and services. We are a purpose-driven and outcome-based technology partner that enables 100+ clients in more than 20 countries to adapt to digital transformation and make them successful. With over 13 years of experience in managing 700+ projects and working with global enterprises, like UNICEF, UNDP, USAID, FAO, WHO, ATEC, BBC, Fhi360, Axiata, Murka, Safe-Guard, Swiss Marketing Systems; we expertly steer our clients through their digital journey. Together, we discover ideas and connect the dots to create a better and bold new future.

This page was last edited on 27 August 2023, at 7:57 pm