NGO Series: AGAMal

CyberPeace Institute
Alexis ALLEY

Malaria continues to be a pressing global health challenge, affecting millions of people around the world. AGAMal, a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating Malaria in Ghana, is stepping up its efforts to make a lasting impact in the fight against the infection. Derek Asamoah-Amoyaw, Senior IT Infrastructure Engineer at AGAMal, shares “By capitalizing on the use of modern technology, AGAMal has successfully implemented, and maintained a Malaria Control Program, safeguarding over 2 million vulnerable individuals in its operational areas”. Join us as we explore how technology expands AGAMal’s efforts in the fight against Malaria with Derek Asamoah-Amoyaw.

Derek Otchere Asamoah-Amoyaw, Senior IT Infrastructure Engineer, AGAMal

Through a strategic blend of data and entomological surveillance, our technology-driven program facilitates evidence-based decision-making. AGAMal’s entomological team geo-tags all potential breeding sites to enable effective management of the aquatic stages of mosquitoes efficiently, using digital mapping tools. This approach ensures a cost-effective and measurable way to combat malaria transmission within the communities we serve, leading to an improved socio-economic livelihood.

At the core of AGAMal’s approach lies the power of data. By collecting and analyzing real-time data on Malaria outbreaks, transmission patterns, and affected populations, AGAMal can develop a comprehensive understanding of the disease’s dynamics. This data-driven approach enables them to tailor their interventions and allocate resources more efficiently. Through the utilization of innovative offline tools, we have revolutionized how we organize and manage data, ensuring a seamless and efficient flow of information.

Our IT-driven approach empowers our team to collect real-time data in the field, even in areas with limited internet connectivity, thereby enabling us to capture critical insights without interruption. The result is a comprehensive and reliable Monitoring & Evaluation system that fuels data-driven decision-making, propels an impactful Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) intervention, and ultimately, drives positive change within our program.

AGAMal utilizes remote monitoring and evaluation tools to continuously measure the effectiveness of their interventions. This dynamic process enables them to make real-time adjustments to their strategies, ensuring optimal utilization of resources and maximizing the impact of their efforts.

AGAMal’s tech-driven strategy for Malaria control exemplifies the immense possibilities when technology and social impact converge. The organization has successfully developed a program that not only proves its effectiveness, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness but also guarantees long-term sustainability. Through empowering communities, saving lives, and steadfastly striving for Zero Malaria, AGAMal’s endeavors are making remarkable strides in creating a healthier and brighter future for the people of Ghana.

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