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Design and Implementation of a Malaria Awareness Mobile Application

Author(s) Zaiba Farheen, Usha J
Country India
Abstract Malaria remains a significant global health concern, with millions of cases reported annually, particularly affecting regions with a high prevalence of mosquito-borne illnesses. Despite advancements in medical science, there's still an urgent need for proactive measures to address both local and global effects of this mosquito-borne illness. The project aims to develop a Malaria Awareness App to raise public consciousness about the disease, its symptoms, prevention strategies, and nearby healthcare facilities. The app will leverage advancements in AI and IT to provide a comprehensive tool for early symptom detection, real-time information updates, and user engagement, ultimately contributing to the fight against malaria.
The methodology of the project will involve employing the waterfall model for systematic development, ensuring clarity in requirements and functionalities. Key objectives include implementing features such as a symptom questionnaire, nearby hospital recommendations, multimedia elements, real-time news updates, and interactive quizzes. Android Studio with XML and Java/Kotlin, along with Firebase for real-time data storage, is utilized as primary development tools. The project will adhere to performance, security, usability, compatibility, and regulatory requirements to ensure a robust and user-friendly application. The key findings and outcomes of the project is assessed based on user feedback, app usage metrics, and the effectiveness of the implemented features. Experimental data, such as user engagement rates, symptom questionnaire accuracy, and the app's contribution to raising malaria awareness, is analyzed. The project aims to achieve increased awareness among the general public about malaria symptoms and preventive measures, early detection of malaria cases, improved access to nearby hospitals for prompt medical assistance, enhanced user engagement, and active participation of users in providing feedback for continuous app improvement.
Keywords Malaria, Mosquito-borne illnesses, Public health, Disease awareness, Symptom detection, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Waterfall model, Android Studio, Java/Kotlin programming, Firebase, Real-time data storage, Multimedia elements
Field Computer Applications
Published In Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024
Published On 2024-07-05
Cite This Design and Implementation of a Malaria Awareness Mobile Application - Zaiba Farheen, Usha J - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i04.23886
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