The launch of the Tanzania HDC to establish One Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for the Health Sector of the Government of Tanzania took place September 11-13 in Dar es Salaam, attended by 145 participants across the Ministry of Health, the President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government, and partners.
The latest news on HDC partners collaborating in countries and on global health data tools and standards.
As climate change raises the risk of vector-borne diseases such as Zika virus and dengue fever, Grenada’s Ministry of Health and Social Security has been collaborating with HDC partners GIZ and the University of Oslo to build the Caribbean island country’s capacity to plan for and respond to these climate-related health threats.
Kenya’s Ministry of Health is developing a Kenya Health Observatory (KHO) to improve the availability and use of health information. The observatory is planned to be an open-access one-stop-shop for data and statistics, including research data, and will facilitate active tracking of the state and determinants of health in the country.
Highlights, lessons learned and future perspectives one year since the launch of the Health Data Collaborative.