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We're raising money to help fight dengue. Dengue is killing 5 people daily in the Philippines and we developed a way to detect mosquito hotspots and predict dengue using data! We need $25k to get our project adopted by NASA and health agencies. Would you consider making a donation to assist us in our fundraising?
We are a group of researchers in the Philippines who recently won the NASA International Space Apps Challenge Global Award for Best Use of Data.
Our solution uses weather, Google, and satellite data to predict dengue cases and pinpoint mosquito breeding stagnant water spots.
We are raising funds to help get our project off the ground, and although we were recognized as a global winner, what we hope for is a chance to also meet the NASA organizers in person, show them our plans and work so far and get serious support to put this solution in place.
We were successful in putting a prototype in place. We are now looking to raise at least $25,000.00 as seed to start operating:
- Researchers and volunteers ($9,000) - to have people to complete the data gathering and modeling.
- Tools and subscriptions ($4,000) - to host our solution and also manage the data feeds
- Travel to NASA ($12,000) - to meet the organizers and rally support for the project.
Dengue is a deadly disease and every day 5 people are dying and 1,000 new cases are emerging as of 2019. Even a $1 donation moves our mission further to stop and prevent this deadly disease. Over the long run, our project can also help with other mosquito borne diseases such as Malaria, ZIka, and Chikungunya.
Please help us fight dengue and get support from NASA.
Project AEDES on Good News PilipinasUpdate posted by Dominic Vincent Ligot at 10:50 am
Project AEDES, a dengue case predictor mapping system developed by a multi-university Philippine team, won in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space Apps Challenge global hackathon.Project Advanced Early Detection-Prediction and Exploration Service (AEDES)was announced in a Philippine media briefing on March 4, 2020, as having won the Best
Project AEDES featured on NET 25Update posted by Dominic Vincent Ligot at 04:07 am
FuturePerfect: Project AEDES, Reducing Dengue Through DataUpdate posted by Dominic Vincent Ligot at 06:22 am
Project AEDES featured on ABS-CBN (2020)Update posted by Dominic Vincent Ligot at 06:20 am
MANILA - A group of Filipino data scientists are hoping to get enough support to finance an app that can predict the rise of dengue cases in certain parts of the Philippines.Team AEDES, led by data entrepreneur Dominic Ligot, won the NASA Space Apps Challenge’s Best Use of Data category. . . . .
Project AEDES featured on Newsbytes (2019)Update posted by Dominic Vincent Ligot at 11:48 am
With 271,480 dengue cases resulting in 1,107 deaths as reported from January 1 to August 31, 2019 by the World Health Organization, the Aedes Project team composed of Dominic Vincent D. Ligot, Mark Toledo, Frances Claire Tayco, and Jansen Dumaliang Lopez developed a forecasting model of dengue cases using climate. . . . .
Project AEDES featured on EsquireUpdate posted by Dominic Vincent Ligot at 04:12 pm
We were already feeling fortunate to have made the local cut but the global win is blowing our minds. We feel that the NASA recognition is a validation that our mission is a worthy one and can really help make an impact on public health and reducing deaths from dengue. . . . .