Community activities ongoing in remote and insecure communities in the Lake Chad Basin require close monitoring.
Given the remote location, it is often hard to be sure the activities being organised are actually taking place. The activity organisers needed a way to remotely monitor each event.
Through Sealr, implementers can record images, videos and audio and upload them to the project-specific secure dashboard visible to only those who have been given access. The captured content and it’s metadata (time, date and location) was encrypted and stored in a non-editable format.
Once in an area with connectivity, the content is uploaded to the Sealr servers and AI verified.
After verification, a fingerprint for each piece of content is created and stored on the blockchain along with the metadata. This creates an immutable database and digital custody chain.
The verified and encrypted content uploaded to Sealr gave complete and unquestionable proof of the airstrikes taking place and the damage they caused.