Médicos Sin Fronteras (MSF) has worked closely with Opinno to co-design a training product for its local staff in Nigeria to improve the current mechanisms in place for emergency protocols. The specific challenge MSF faced was how to train local medical supervisors to respond in the event of an emergency involving people displaced by violence.
After a brainstorming session as part of a creative design process inspired by Design Thinking, the solution we came up with was to obtain a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) which had been previously tested in Nigeria.
The result? A platform for e-learning called Personal Learning Environment and Development (PLDE) based around an online product called Tembo.