Coronavirus (COVID-19) data


World Health Data Hub

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.
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Health Inequality Data Repository

The largest global collection of disaggregated data about health and determinants of health. These data can be explored with the Health Equity Assessment Toolkit (HEAT), an interactive software which facilitates the examination of inequalities and the evaluation of relevant interventions to address them.
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World Health Statistics 2023 report

The World Health Statistics report monitors progress towards the health-related SDGs and provides an objective, comprehensive and comparable assessment of population health and how it is changing. The report contains the latest available data for 58 health-related SDG indicators representing 198 countries and areas. For the first time, we have a dedicated section on climate change, recognizing its crucial role in shaping the global landscape.
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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.
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Geolocated Health Facilities Data initiative

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.
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Global Health Observatory

WHO's data repository for health-related statistics for its 194 Member States, providing access to over 1000 indicators on priority health topics

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.

Data collection and analysis tools

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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.

GIS Centre for Health

Geospatial data and techniques are also an effective tool to monitor progress and provide a strong basis for policy making to achieve the SDGs and deliver the GPW 13 Triple Billion targets.