Geospatial health research
Outputs that can improve data driven decision-making within Kenyan and SSA health agencies at high spatial and temporal resolution
Addressing inequalities and ensuring all women have access to respectful and high-quality maternity care requires robust geospatial data at high spatial and temporal resolutions
Mapping malaria prevalence, control interventions and case management at high resolution is key to averting malaria deaths.
Access to healthcare and other services is important for a population’s health status and the measurement of its variability is critical to effective resource allocation.
Targeted allocation is critical to improving child survival equitably. As a first step, it requires an evaluation of child mortality, its determinants and their impacts.
Response to the COVID-19 pandemic calls for precision public health through an understanding of the most vulnerable and transmission dynamics.