Title of the Case Study

Global Ebola Response Monitoring and Mapping System

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•Ebola is a disease caused by the Ebola virus and has a fatality rate of 25% to 90% depending on the outbreak. The large majority of outbreaks occur in remote villages in central Africa
80 Million Dollars needed (World Bank: Assisted 16 Billion 20 Million dollars)

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  • Ebola outbreaks from 1976 to now – interactive map. This interactive map shows the history of Ebola – from the first known case in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1976 to the ongoing crises in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and the first case in the US.
  • Upload reports about organized information on Ebola occurred Bureau, infectors etc.
  • Upload Ebola occurred Bureau countermeasures on map-based environment
  • It is passed from human to human through bodily fluids, including sweat. The first outbreak occured simultaneously in 1976 in Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
  • Since then there have been sporadic outbreaks with the most recent being 2014. So far over 8000 people have died in West Africa as a result of the 2014 outbreak.
  • The 2014 outbreak was declared an 'International Health Emergency' by the World Health Organisation on the 8th of August 2014.
Ebola is a contagious virus so figuring out the initial source and current status in real-time is a difficult issue. Sharing system on countermeasures of world virus current status is required. Global
Ebola map - Situation Report Data displayed on maps shows the evolution of the outbreak and the global response. Interactive Map Journal - Interactive Map Journal shows the evolution of the outbreak and the global response. Preparedness - Prevent outbreaks in any new countries: Cross border preparedness and communication, Preparedness in unaffected countries, Rapid response teams for new outbreak
Absence of prompt identification of damage scale and epicenter of the infectious disease.
  • Restoration priority countries selected according to the degree of disease disaster.
  • Inducement of recovery fee in accordance with the disease scale.
  • Effective information delivery of disease prevention and response provision.
  • Effective disaster/damage recovery through positioning local users' opinions on the map.
  •  Inducement of international damage recovery assistance attention through homepage introduction.
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User opinion explicit on map environment utilizing GIS tool - ESRI Story map

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WHO(World Health Organization)

Avenue Appia 20 1211 Geneva 27 Switzerland

http://www.who.int

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ebolamaps@who.intebolamaps@who.int

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ebolamaps@who.int

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Gathering and sharing informationAssessing and forecasting situationPlanningDecision making and sharing

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