Sometimes he stayed with an aunt in the city. Sometimes he went to his grandmother’s in the countryside. He didn’t have much money to pay any rent. Sometimes he stayed with other young men in makeshift housing. But he needed his meds for HIV and TB every day.
Mapping the Unmappable
That’s where mapping comes in. Mapping the Unmappable, that is. Many live in areas without addresses. GPS on readily-available phones can create maps without a street address. This allows our team to follow patients as they change homes – often frequently.