WHO's World Health Data Hub is a comprehensive digital platform for global health data. It provides end-to-end solutions to collect, store, analyze, and share data that is timely, reliable, and actionable.
A summary of the strategic direction and progress in strengthening country health information systems, making data available as a public good, delivering a measurable impact and using data to drive public health policy.
The World health statistics report is the World Health Organization’s annual compilation of health and health-related indicators for its 194 Member States, which has been published since 2005. The 2022 edition reviews more than 50 health-related indicators from the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and WHO’s Triple Billion targets, with a focus on the impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
Tracking the Triple Billions and delivering results
WHO’s Delivery Stocktakes take a data-driven approach, highlighting to senior management where indicators and geographies can best accelerate progress in the SDGs and Triple Billions. They help us focus and prioritize actions for the greatest, fastest impact, using data and analysis developed with technical programmes.
Every country faces the challenging task of keeping its people healthy. From delivering primary care in rural communities and urban centers, to addressing health crises like the COVID-19 pandemic, each country needs accurate and reliable data to ensure its population knows where to go for the care they need.
A technical package of five essential interventions with key elements to strengthen country health data and information systems and enable governments to track progress towards the health-related SDGs and national and subnational priorities.
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-bases and institution-based sources.