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As the COVID-19 pandemic spread, Oyo State faced the challenge of effectively managing limited resources to combat the virus and prevent its transmission. The lack of testing facilities and kits further complicated the situation. Recognizing the urgency, Techbarn collaborated with the Oyo State Government’s Ministry of Health, to develop a monitoring application that would enable efficient data collection and prioritization, helping the state manage the crisis effectively.


Techbarn’s collaboration with the Oyo State Government’s Ministry of Health resulted in the development of a comprehensive COVID-19 monitoring application. The main objective was to provide a user-friendly platform for individuals in the state to conveniently report symptoms, either for themselves or for those around them, without risking exposure. The application’s backend seamlessly collected and categorized the information, enabling the Ministry to prioritize testing based on the severity and risk factors associated with reported cases.


Techbarn’s COVID-19 monitoring application proved to be an invaluable tool for the Oyo State Government’s Ministry of Health. It became a vital channel through which people could report symptoms and potential exposures, aiding the state’s efforts in containing the virus. By categorizing and prioritizing the collected data, the Ministry could efficiently allocate testing resources to those most in need. This pro-bono contribution demonstrated Techbarn’s commitment to supporting the Oyo State government in managing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Through the collaboration with the Oyo State Government’s Ministry of Health, Techbarn showcased its expertise in leveraging technology to address pressing public health challenges. The COVID-19 monitoring application played a crucial role in the state’s response, facilitating data-driven decision-making and contributing to the overall efforts to combat the virus and safeguard public health.

Note: This case study showcases Techbarn’s pro-bono contribution to Oyo State’s government management of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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