Public systems collect data on individuals and the interventions. In civil society it is context that matters. But how to measure context? Much can be learned from data collected on phones and cameras. But the ethics are difficult. This provocation suggests ways of overcoming these challenges with data that are useful to and owned by local people, and used in the service of health and well-being.

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