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Kidenga Fever: Viral Social Marketing for a Participatory App to Track Emerging Pathogens

The goal of this project was to develop a community-based participatory surveillance application and educational platform for arboviral diseases in the United States. Financial support from the Skoll Global Threats Fund (STGF) was used to support a University of Arizona developer migrate to a new push notification platform and convene 3-4 meetings of key stakeholders. These funds supplemented the CDC grant funding for the development of Kidenga and previous SGTF funding used for marketing of the tool.

Start Year: 
2016
End Year: 
2017
Researchers: 
Kacey Ernst

The University of Arizona