Combat Aedes has already conducted over 1.7 million inspections throughout Brazil

Combat Aedes helps public organizations reduce cases of Dengue, Zika, and Chikungunya nationwide

0.8 Mi
Inspections conducted
42300
Dengue breeding sites eliminated
9900
Active users
6700
Registered units

Combat Aedes makes Decree 8.662/2016 more efficient

Combat Aedes was developed with the aim of complying with Decree 8,662/2016 more quickly and efficiently, allowing public servants to carry out inspections in public facilities to prevent and eliminate breeding sites of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which is a vector of diseases such as Dengue, Zika, and Chikungunya.

The technology is used by public administration agencies in the fight against the Aedes aegypti mosquito, developed through an agreement with the Ministry of Planning, and has been used throughout Brazil since January 2017.

Sérgio Rodrigues

CEO of LEMOBS

The Combate Aedes tool was created to assist in recording actions, reporting locations, and managing inspections. The application is georeferenced and allows users to take photos, complete checklists, identify potential breeding sites, report breeding sites, and generate reports for analysis and action by relevant authorities.

Sérgio Rodrigues

CEO of Lemobs

Results of Combat Aedes across Brazil

The system was offered to all 5,567 Brazilian municipalities. The solution includes the following records:

- 1,750,143 inspections conducted,
- 44,260 breeding sites eliminated,
- 11,307 active users,
- 7,105 units registered,

These numbers are not just statistics but clear evidence that Brazil is making significant progress in protecting its population against mosquito-borne diseases. They also highlight the importance of maintaining momentum and investment in these prevention efforts, ensuring a healthier and safer future for all Brazilians.

Partners of the Combat Aedes program across Brazil

How Combate Aedes works?

See how Combate Aedes can be an efficient tool for fighting dengue in your city, assisting in the registration of inspections and the identification of potential mosquito breeding sites.

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