Command & Control for Malaria and other Vector-borne Diseases
- Increased visibility and transparency
- Evidence-based decisions
- National risk mapping analysis
- Real-time Monitoring & Evaluation
- Integrated weather data
The aWhere solution for malaria and other vector-borne diseases improves program efficiency, enables logistical improvements, and expands nationwide control operations capacity. The aWhere platform delivers fact-based insight enabled by comprehensive data collection and integration, location-based analytics, remote (satellite) surveillance, and entomological monitoring. National control programs can now meet the objectives of integrated control efficacy and enable real-time monitoring and evaluation –from the local to national level.
Currently, challenges in local data collection, data integration, and reporting hinder efforts to improve control strategies and to enable real-time monitoring and evaluation across many disease control initiatives. A solution is required that can aggregate data from many sources in many formats then provision that data in such a way to deliver new insight and oversight – including localized risk analysis; creating national program intelligence that is accessible, interpretable, and usable across the total program. The aWhere Platform delivers this management and operations insight based on quantifiable analysis and facts. Support logistics and operations management of IRS, ITN, or other intervention initiatives. The system integrates IRS operations data, ITN distribution and logistics data, mosquito control data, entomologic surveillance and monitoring data, satellite-based remote surveillance data, mobile survey data collection, and predictive entomological models. Provides evidence-based reporting to monitor control activity plus tactical, predictive identification of optimal control actions (IRS, larvae control, ITN, etc.) by location and time.
Analytical and reporting to aid in the quantitative analysis of locale-specific disease pressure and control practices through the integration of vector control intervention data (IRS, LLIN, habitat treatments) with case data, epidemiology, entomological data, and mobile surveys. The result is an evidence-based monitoring and evaluation system to evaluate local to national program status and visibility to optimal control methods by time and location.
The result is an evidence-based monitoring and evaluation system providing dynamic, interactive analysis, reporting, and insight across the total disease risk profile and control initiatives.
Each solution deployed on the aWhere platform enables the critical elements of location intelligence for global development:
Many sources of data - one common platform. The aWhere Platform transforms complex data from many sources into actionable insight through comprehensive data collection, integration, and location intelligence technologies. The platform provides information rich, interactive applications, visualizations and reports that enable all users to interact with data, conduct analysis, and derive results with minimal training. With ‘location’ as its foundation, the platform enables the integration of a wide variety of geographically contextual data including collected local data, weather, events, operations, infrastructure, population, economic and agro-economic data, human activity, census, and more. This location-based approach enables national programs to uncover the actionable insights currently in inaccessible local databases, data warehouses, spreadsheets, and third party sources.