Nexleaf Analytics is a nonprofit technology company with a unique bottom-up approach for bringing data-driven impact to public health and climate change interventions in low- and middle-income countries. Their diverse team of computer scientists, software engineers, mechanical engineers, data scientists, public health experts, environmental advocates, and field managers design and deploy technology to ensure sustainable impact. They work directly with end users and iterate on their technology in the field to ensure that our sensors are customized to meet the specific needs in each country.
Their relationships with countries and NGO partners go beyond providing sensors and dashboards. They also bring their expertise in data analytics to help their partners utilize the data they already have, regardless of the hardware that data comes from. Their nonprofit mission motivates them to focus on the impact of their technologies, carefully consider feedback from end users, and ensure that the right analytics are provided to answer key questions. They see the importance of integration and interoperability of all data management systems, especially when they work with countries and governments. With a device-agnostic approach to data advocacy, they work with Ministries of Health and project partners to provide data analytics support and system-wide integration, including with human resources systems, to maximize the effectiveness and impact of interventions.
At Nexleaf, their mission is to preserve human life and protect the planet by designing sensor technologies, generating data analytics, and advocating for data-driven solutions to global challenges.
Health and climate change interventions all around the world are plagued by a lack of data. Is the equipment they’re deploying functioning properly? Is it achieving the impact it’s meant to accomplish? Are the initiatives undertaken by the global development community really working?
They have seen how access to meaningful real-time data enables responsive interventions, which include mechanisms for monitoring & evaluation, self-correction, and accountability, and result in verifiable impact. They know that robust, resilient, cost-effective technology can bridge the gap where other infrastructure is lacking. And they believe that the best solutions come when they engage with people on the ground and create technology that meets their needs and integrates into their lives.
They build robust, cost-effective, cloud-based sensors that work everywhere and upload data in near real time from anywhere.
They build web-based dashboards with visualizations and customizable analytics tools designed to serve the people who need the information most.
They iterate in the field and work with people on the ground to install, service, and constantly improve their technologies.