Evaluation of malaria surveillance data processing in Swaziland: Preparation for introducing a cloud-based Disease Surveillance and Risk Mapping (DiSARM) platform
Investigator: Felix Holl, MS
Sponsor: Global Health Sciences Education
Swaziland has effectively reduced the number of reported malaria cases by 98% between 2000 and 2011 and is on the verge of eliminating malaria. The government aims to have zero local malaria cases in 2015. An important tool in elimination settings is risk mapping. To prepare the implementation and introduction of a cloud-based Disease Surveillance And Risk Mapping (DiSARM) platform for malaria surveillance in Swaziland, current malaria surveillance data processing was evaluated.
Mentor: Hugh Sturrock, PhD