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Full Name: 
Haji Ali
Academic Role: 
PhD Student
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Haji Ali is a PhD student in ICT for Development and HPI Research School in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Cape Town. Haji holds a master’s degree in Mobile Computer Systems (Mobile Computing) from Staffordshire University in United Kingdom. His bachelor degree (Hon) is in Computer Science, he has undertaken in the Department of Computer Science at the Future University in Sudan. 

Research Project / Interests: 

His PhD research lies in ICT for Development aims at investigating mobile image-based reminders to support compliance in tuberculosis treatment in Africa. The program is especially helpful for patients with limited literacy, language barrier and deaf. Haji also interesting in Mobile GIS, Human Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence and Gloud Computing. 

  1. Haji, H.A., Suleman, H., and Rivett, U. (2015). Development of a Mobile Image-Based Reminder Application to Support Tuberculosis Treatment in Africa. WASET: 17th International Conference on Mobile Wireless Communication and Healthcare, Paris, France. Vol:9, No:08, pp.522-529
  2. Haji, H. A., Suleman, H., and Rivett, U. (2014b). Developing Mobile Graphic Reminders for Reinforcing Compliance in Tuberculosis Treatment in Africa. Proceedings, the 1st International Conference on the Use of Mobile ICT in Africa 2014, Stellenbosch, South Africa. ISBN: 978-0-7972-1533-7, pp. 11-15
  3. Haji, H. A., Suleman, H., and Rivett, U. (2014a). Mobile Graphic-Based Communication: Investigating Reminder Notifications to Support Tuberculosis Treatment in Africa. InHealth Information Science, pp. 204-211. Springer International Publishing.
  4. Haji, H. A., Abdalla, S., and Omar, H. (2013). The Opportunities and Challenges in using Mobile Phones as learning Tools for Higher Learning Students in the Developing Countries: Sustainable Engineering for a Better Future Conference, IEEE Africon 2013. 978-1-4673-5940-5, pp. 814-818.
  5. Haji, H. A., and Tajabia Kh. (2013). Mobile Healthcare Solution: using Mobile Phone to Improve Healthcare Services in Zanzibar: International Journal of Science and Technology. ISSN 2049-7318. Vol. 2, Issue 6, June 2013, pp. 471-479.
  6. Haji, H. A., Rahma, M., and Khamis, A. (2013). The Opportunities in the Establishment of Mobile Healthcare System for HIV and TB Patients in Zanzibar: International Journal of Information and Communication Technology research. ISSN 2223-4985. Vol. 3, No. 9, pp. 296-300.
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