This Gateway supports countries to plan and implement activities designed to strengthen their CRVS system. The resources you need are now at your fingertips.
Saman rolls out training to four countries in three months
Dr Saman Gamage, one of the Technical Advisers for the Data for Health (D4H) initiative at the University of Melbourne rolls out training to Myanmar, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka and the Philippines.
Churches and the government come together in the Solomon Islands
Representatives from the member churches of the Solomon Islands Christian Association (SICA) met with officials from the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) and Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) for a workshop on improving death registration led by University of Melbourne Data for Health.
Countries can benefit from new tools that assist in determining the costs of implementing CRVS systems, and provide guidance and calculation on how large verbal autopsy sampling sizes should be in order to ensure the results are representative of the country.