The 2017 set up of an off line medical library. Anyone physically near to the device may connect to it and download the offline content it contains.
Its realization in hardware and software has changed since 2012, as miniaturization of storage space and electronics progressed. As of 2017, its hardware consists of a Raspberry Pi with a replaceable storage card.
In 2016, Columbia University's Masters in Public Administration in Development Practice (MPA-DP) explored using these boxes in Dominican Republic for three months.
Video overview of efforts in Dominican Republic
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