Health Data Collaborative Progress Report 2016-18

HDC Progress Report 2016-18

6th June 2018

Launched in March 2016, the Health Data Collaborative (HDC) was established to strengthen country health information systems to meet the challenge of monitoring the health and health-related Sustainable Development Goals and boost the development of robust sustainable national health monitoring systems. This report is a cumulative look at the accomplishments of the Health Data Collaborative since its inception.

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Building Country Capacity for Data Analysis and Use 

Building Country Capacity for Data Analysis and Use 

29th March 2018

In many countries, the quality of data gathered at health facilities and capacity to analyse and use this data remains inadequate to support decision-making that will accelerate Universal Health Coverage. A number of partners, programmes and countries have been trying to address this problem through fragmented efforts such as single disease-focused facility surveys and parallel data systems. Now, HDC partners have come together to establish a harmonized approach to strengthening facility-based data quality, analysis and use.

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Health Data Collaborative News Update: February 2018

Health Data Collaborative News Update: February 2018

15th February 2018

The latest news on HDC partners collaborating in countries and on global health data tools and standards.

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Government Leadership Rally Commitment to Tanzania Health Data Collaborative

Government Leadership Rally Commitment to Tanzania Health Data Collaborative

9th February 2018

To solidify commitment from the government and partners to the Tanzania Health Data Collaborative, which was launched in September 2017, a communiqué on the Tanzania HDC’s six M&E priorities for collective action was signed on 7 February during a ceremony at the Ministry of Health.

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Health Data Collaborative News Update: December 2017

Health Data Collaborative News Update: December 2017

21st December 2017

The latest news on HDC partners collaborating in countries and on global health data tools and standards.

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