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How do you use GIS to improve health?


While the relationship between health and place has long been recognized, modern tools make it possible to leverage geographic information to make faster and better decisions. GIS will help you to understand population needs, identify gaps and allocate your precious resources most effectively.

Optimize access to care and resources


“Access” is a concern whether you are focused on Universal Health Coverage or ensuring citizens have clean water supplies nearby. Geospatial technology facilitates the calculations of accessibility and helps you connect people with available resources.

Monitor disease status in your country


Whether you’re tracking the spread of infectious diseases or looking at the changes in chronic disease over time, GIS offers many tools for surveillance. In a single integrated platform you can visualize, analyze, model, predict, and intervene when something happens.

Improve maternal and child health


As a key focus for sustainable development, countries can enhance their strategies around reducing maternal mortality and child/infant deaths by pinpointing clusters of need and targeting outreach efforts. 

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