Updated Jul 06, 2021
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AIM uses digital health tools to innovate the use of data for the elimination of high morbidity NTDs. AIM addresses a significant barrier to eliminating NTDs: lack of actionable data on where people with NTDs are and how best to allocate scarce resources. Based on AIM’s experience, a lack of action data stems from a lack of integration. A lack of integration of: NTD programs within the health system, morbidity mapping and morbidity management, self-care training into NTD case management.
AIM implements a three-pillar approach (mapping, strategic planning, and integrated interventions) to partner with MOH to strengthen their ability to visualize and use data, integrate strategies and systems, target resources, and improve access to care for people suffering from high-morbidity NTDs.
Stefanie oversees all of the programs at American Leprosy Missions and the AIM Initiative. She has significant experience in international development and global health, progressing to leadership in several roles. Prior to joining American Leprosy Missions, Stefanie led LifeNet International, a social enterprise focused on improving the quality and sustainability of health care in Africa, managing a global team and scaling impact from 10 clinics in one country to 130 clinics in four countries.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN