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Case Study:

Youth Sport for Development

Remote Harbor worked with an internationally respected sports-for-development organization to help it understand how its youth participants engaged with soccer-based outreach programs and the integrated health services it provides. Remote Harbor created a proprietary RemoteID-based health management information system that enabled staff to link services provided at the youth-friendly Department of Health clinic with the uptake of community sports outreach activity. Connecting these data to a reporting system enabled the organization to prove their theory of change: improving service provision in the clinics, tracking outreach program attendance, measuring the impact of its outreach with clinical outcomes, and showing funders their impact and challenges that still need support.


  • 81% of youth believed RemoteID improved confidentiality of their data

  • 100% of health clinic and soccer program facilitators think RemoteID maintained or improved the quality of data collected about participants

User & Participant Feedback

“The accuracy of client numbers shows right away, and no data can get lost.”

-- Soccer program facilitator

“No need to type clients' information every day when they come for clinic review.”

-- Clinic Receptionist

“You can access clients' information about the last [clinic appointment] in few clicks. It is simple and better than any system we have ever used before.”

-- Physician

“The thing with fingerprints is that it keeps our information private, which is good because this is very private information.”

-- 16 year-old participant/patient
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