Report sites where mosquitoes like to breed such as stagnant water, trash containers, abandoned pools or fountains, discarded tires, tree holes, areas of industrial or commercial debris. The app will automatically upload a GIS-tagged photo to a global map that will alert local public health officials to the problem. This will help epidemiologists and public health agencies make better decisions.
Fewer mosquitoes means fewer infectious diseases like Zika, dengue, chikungunya, malaria, West Nile virus, and yellow fever. Every year millions of people are infected worldwide; hundreds die. Helping stop vector-borne diseases by reporting potential breeding sites also helps the environment by minimizing the need for blanket spraying.
How does the app work?
1. Download, install and open MosquitoTracker.
2. If you will be making reports while offline, download a map of area you will be using the app as soon as you open MosquitoTracker. You are now good to go.
3. To make a report: Shift the map so that the red marker appears on the desired location in the center of the screen
4. Press and hold the red locator marker to open the query form and take a PHOTO as evidence. Add a description if you wish.
5. If you’re offline, SAVE the report to the device.
6. If you’re online, UPLOAD the info to the server. DONE!
7. The information uploaded on the world is updated horary and can be shown at MosquitoTracker:
Get involved! Prevent illness, and save lives!
Just a few clicks on your phone can help stop these killers in their tracks! MosquitoTracker was designed to assist WHOs Integrated Vector Management Process