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about sacids
About SACIDS
  • ONE HEALTH Consortium of
    • Southern African academic and research institutions
    • involved with infectious disease of humans and animals
    • In partnership with centres of research in industrialised countries
  • Our Main sponsors are
mobile technologies @ sacids
Mobile Technologies @ SACIDS
  • Project
    • Resource mapping and preparedness
    • Mobile technologies in disease surveillance
  • Investigators
    • Dr EsronKarimuribo: Principal Investigator
    • Dr KuyaKuyaeli: MSc student
    • Mr Eric Beda: Technology support
  • Partners
    • Ministry of health, Livestock, NCAA – Tanzania
    • LIDC in particular Royal Veterinary College
    • Imperial College
  • Funded by Rockefeller Foundation

Imperial College

London

mobile technologies @ sacids first experience
Mobile Technologies @ SACIDSFirst Experience
  • Resource Mapping and Preparedness
    • Assess current surveillance system
    • Across human and animal sectors
    • Used Android mobile phone
    • Loaded with EpiCollect
    • Technical support from Imperial College
hands on experience in ngorongoro
Hands on experience in Ngorongoro
  • Touch screens are not advisable
epicollect
EpiCollect
  • What is EpiCollect
    • An application for android phones
    • Acts as a digital form for collecting data via mobile phone
    • Developed at Imperial college
  • How SACIDS use EpiCollect
    • Collecting human and animal data
    • Send this data to our servers
    • Any kind of surveillance data maybe collected using these digital forms
mobile technologies @ sacids towards one health surveillance systems
Mobile Technologies @ SACIDSTowards One Health Surveillance Systems
  • Towards One Health Surveillance Systems
    • Develop disease surveillance system
    • Used across human and animal sectors
  • Using
    • Mobile technologies
    • Participatory epidemiology
  • Assess
    • Impact of application of Mobile technologies
    • Reporting and response of disease occurrence
    • Towards a National surveillance system
mobile technologies @ sacids towards one health fit for purpose surveillance system
Mobile Technologies @ SACIDSTowards One Health fit for purpose Surveillance System

Challenges

Progress

  • Many surveillance systems
  • Different forms and workflows
  • Ethics, confidentiality and trade policy concerns
  • Sustainability
  • Got stakeholders together
  • Agreed common forms and features
  • Acquired confidence of ability to manage data
    • Locally
    • Under agreed governmental principles
  • To sustain
    • Integrate into current surveillance system
    • Build local capacity to manage
initial setup
InitialSetup
  • Task team Designed forms
  • Digitized forms & uploaded to server (imperial + SACIDS)
  • Users download form to their phones
    • Conduct survey using forms
    • Synchronize survey data to server
  • Officials view, analyse surveillance data
current development
Current Development
  • Provide different officials different levels of access to surveillance data