ABOUT U-REPORT
U-report is a free SMS social monitoring tool for community participation, designed to address issues that the population cares about.
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ABOUT U-REPORT

U-report is a free SMS social monitoring tool for community participation, designed to address issues that the population cares about. SMS polls and alerts are sent out to U-reporters and real-time response information is collected. Results and ideas are shared back with the community. Issues polled include among others health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene, youth unemployment, HIV/AIDS, disease outbreaks; social welfare sectors.

Registration is voluntary with SMS free to the users across all networks. U-Report is an innovation based, a user-centered social monitoring tool based on simple Short Message Service (SMS) messages (poll questions, results, and sharing of useful information) designed to strengthen community-led development, citizen engagement and positive change.

U-Report relies on volunteer community members serving as U-Reporters on a free entry, free exit basis to provide information on issues in their communities. U-report allows citizens to speak-out on what is happening in their communities, provides a forum to amplify their voices through local and national media, sends alerts to key stakeholders about the issues their constituents are facing, and feeds back useful information to the U-reporters, so they are empowered to work for change and improvements in their localities themselves.

The mission of U-Report
U-Report is a social monitoring tool designed for youth and other community members to strengthe

Why Join U-Report?
  • Speak out on what's happening in your community
  • Use U-Report results and information to update and increase citizen's awareness
  • Participate in nationwide campaigns to help improve your country
  • Share what's happening around Liberia with other U-Reporters
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U-REPORT VIDEOS

YOUTH IN LIBERIA USE PHONES TO BATTLE EBOLA
DEC. 7, 2015
There have been further delays for Liberian students who were expecting to go back to the classroom this Monday. The government said it needs another two weeks to get schools ready, and safe enough, for the return. Schools and colleges across the ... WATCH IT ON YOUTUBE →

VITAL EBOLA INFORMATION A TEXT AWAY
JAN. 30, 2015
Youth using U-report to get information on Ebola WATCH IT ON YOUTUBE →