Dr. Livia Bellina, MD Pathologist. Classical studies. Medical Doctor since 1979, she works for the National health System since 1987, still now. In 2008 to confirm a diagnosis of malaria in a migrant desembarcked to Lampedusa Island, she sent the first images by a mobile.-phone with a MMS, to receive a remote support for her diagnosis.Immediately she filed for patent her idea. After that she published her idea in a open access scientific magazine, to promote the sharing of her idea for the public benefit. After that she started to study tropical medicine and international cooperation by creating with her teachers the first “expert” network of consultants. 2010 She founded the MobileDiagnosis (MD), a not for profit association aimed to sharing knowledge and providing diagnostic support to health workers worldwide, by using mobile phone technology. This has been included in the WHO GHWFA( Global health Work Force Alliance) and her method has been included in the WHO Compendium of the innovative technologies addressed to the global wellness. Since 2009 she worked by teaching and sharing her method in several of more rural underserved and poor villages of developing countries . During her missions on the field ,she also provided educational support and guidance on the use of mobile technology. She went to work to Uganda, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Madagascar, DRC and Thailand bordering Myanmar, India Assam and Nepal. In Bangladesh in 2010, upon invitation of Professor Muhammad Yunus , she showed the feasibility of the MD Method for a low cost tele-transmission of images from rural to central head quarter, in Dhaka. In Dhaka, she met Dr Jonhatan Shah and Dr Faiz Shah, respectively Director of AIT -Extension and Director of Yunus Center in AIT, who became her friends. Since then she is connected with them. In 2013 and 2014 she spent a couple of months in Bangkok by working with YCA , to explore all possibiities to applying the Social Business and the Social Entrepreneurship to the Health care in rural contexts. In 2014 with the Vice president of AIT, Bangkok, Thailand and with her team, she explored how to apply the MD to the IntERLab mesh systems operating in Thailand rural villages. Both in 2013 that in 2014 , during the her visit and permanence in Thailand, she went to teach to SMRU Staff working on Burma-Thai border in the Karen refugee camps of Mae La , Wang Pha, MKT and Mae Sot.upon invitation of the Director Prof Francois Nosten Oxford-Mahidol University Her first goal now is to apply the MobileDiagnosis Method (educating, connecting, put in a network) together to the social entrepreneurship education , to improve the rural development and the rural community life. Second field of interest is to share the new educative model based on the original approach, and based on the use of visual communication, visul stimulation, interactive approach, personalization and contestualization of the education.( Health and technology Jan 2014) In this context she explored also a new , winning approach with the community , based mainly on the prevenctive actions and on the capillary education, focused to obtain the reducation of the child death rate ( Malaria Journal 2016) Third field of interest and work, is to develop the technological tools that locally, in every remote place, may help anybody to learn and to do a correct diagnosis. Part of this third areas is represented by the Web-App MeToo, able to do an identification of unknown images by comparing.