Our editorial objective is to address and disseminate the risks of Dengue as broadly as possible, especially in high-impact communities. Learn more
Break Dengue made significant strides in 2016. We expanded our Dengue Expert Community to over 1250 experts across the world, launched Dengue Track, a dengue surveillance tool, and entered partnerships with numerous key organisations across the world that are equally committed to fighting Dengue. 2017 looks to be our busiest year yet, as we will strive to work towards the WHO 2020 objectives on Dengue by further increasing our expert community and alliance, and promoting further uptake of Dengue Track. Read about our recent work and future plans in the full project report, including our financial report.More information
Dengue Track included over 1,000 reports on outbreaks in 2016 across Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Africa, already allowing for superior mapping and information sharing in the ongoing fight against Dengue.
Beta launch of a dengue surveillance tool with over 1,000 reports on outbreaks in 2016 across Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Africa.
2016 mobilisation campaigns included an “All against dengue” game centred on the Rio Olympics, a €10,000 community action prize and participation in a Data4Good hackathon.
As a collective impact initiative, Break Dengue recognises that identifying and connecting NGOs, relevant UN agencies, HCP associations – and of course local, grassroots level organisations, is key to success.
35 editorial pieces, 2 opinion articles in global well-known publications and millions of engaged user on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin)
Our vision remains to become a key partner in identifying and promoting solutions towards the WHO 2020 Dengue objectives. In the spirit of shared value and collective impact, we seek to do so by nurturing a collaborative environment that furthers education. Learn more