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August 5, 2014

Infrastructure is a persisting and well-known problem, so where are the telecoms in this? Couldn't Liberia and other West African nations leverage simple mapping tools like Ushahidi to allow citizens to geotag cases of Ebola and allow the government to more efficiently...

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Contact tracing is a simple concept that is vital to stopping the spread of deadly infectious diseases such as Ebola and drug-resistant tuberculosis. When a patient is diagnosed, community health workers will speak with the patient to learn who may have come into conta...

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ACT is a technical platform that traces contacts through interactive voice response (IVR) and SMS to track outbreaks - such as Ebola - in real time and anticipate where the virus will next present. 

 

The ACT system automates contact follow up and builds location based maps of transmission networks, providing a resource efficient and highly-scalable foundation for further data analysis.