Health Data Collaborative launch
A joint effort to improve health data and track progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Health Data Collaborative was formally launched on 9th March 2016.
The Health Data Collaborative is taking forward the IHP+ principles to achieve a country-led platform for information and accountability. IHP+ has supported its establishment and operation from the onset, including being a co-sponsor.
The Health Data Collaborative is a joint effort by countries, development partners, civil society and academia to help countries improve the quality of their health data to track progress towards the health-related Sustainable Development Goals. It is about improving collective action to maximise the impact of our investments in country health information systems.
- IHP+ monitoring results: Comoros and Pakistan
How effective is development cooperation in health?
- Health Policy Action Fund projects completed
CSO health policy engagement projects for 2016.
- Thailand, South Africa and the Rockefeller Foundation give fresh support to UHC2030
Commitments to join UHC2030