Working together for health and sustainable development
About the Health Data Collaborative
The Health Data Collaborative brings together a network of over 220 partner organizations with more than 800 members from seven different constituencies.
Our mission is to provide a collaborative platform that aligns technical, financial and political resources with country owned strategies for using data to improve health outcomes – with a specific focus on SDG targets and communities that are left behind.
Good health data can save lives
Around the world today, many countries don’t have timely, reliable and actionable health data. This presents a challenge for policy makers to make informed decisions about where to target resources to improve health and help people to live longer, healthier and more productive lives.
The Health Data Collaborative addresses those challenges by convening global health partners to align their technical, financial and political resources around a common agenda for measurement and accountability in health.
Better Data for Better Health:
Investing in Country Health Information Systems to Accelerate Progress Towards Health-related SDGs
On 18-19 May the Health Data Collaborative is hosting a hybrid leadership and advocacy event in Geneva, Switzerland and online via Zoom to review data governance principles, policies and best practices and promote a comprehensive investment strategy in country health information systems. Register today and visit the event page to learn more!
Venue: Château de Penthes, Chem. de l'Impératrice 18, 1292 Pregny-Chambésy (in-person and virtual), Geneva, Switzerland