Monitoring the health situation, trends, progress and performance of health systems requires data from multiple sources on a wide variety of health topics. A core component of WHO’s support to Member States is to strengthen their capacity to collect, compile, manage, analyze and use health data mainly derived from population-based sources (household surveys, civil registration systems of vital events) and institution-based sources (administrative and operational activities of institutions, such as health facilities).
在线观看|影视免费观看vipThe SCORE for Health Data technical package comprises the most effective strategies and interventions for strengthening country health data systems.
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A standardized suite of data collection protocols informing the majority of health-related SDGs and indicators that rely on household surveys to provide necessary data.
在线观看|影视免费观看vipThe WHO Mortality Database is a compilation of mortality data by age, sex and cause of death, reported annually by Member States using civil registration systems.
A well-functioning CRVS records all births and deaths, issues the relevant certificates, and compiles and shares vital statistics including cause of death information.
在线观看|影视免费观看vipA toolkit to optimize the analysis and use of data collected through routine health facility information systems, also known as health management information systems (HMIS).
The Covid-19 Question Bank contains questions from surveys and data collection instruments used around the world. You can explore these questions by selecting topic areas and optionally a specific survey.