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International Health Stats
World Health Organization Global Health Observatory
The WHO’s statistical database, a comprehensive site for global health statistics. Search for specific health indicators by region, country and time period. They also provide numerous statistical reports. See WHO’s Statistics page for links to other statistics and factsheets.
Harvard School of Public Health News
News digest from the NSPH covering critical health issues. Not strictly a statistical site, but a goodsource for currrent stories and additional public health links.
United Nations Statistics Division
UNStats provides extensive economic, social, environmental and geographic statistics. Health statistics are generally found under the Demographic and Social Statistics section.
Pan American Health Organization
Associated with the WHO but focused only on the Americas. Reports on health indicators in the Americas, and can create your own statistical comparisons using the PAHO Table Generator.
Global Health Facts | Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Independent non-profit American foundation. Provides global statistics on diseases and conditions (especially HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria), health funding, and the health workforce, as well as country and economic demographics.
Global Health Policy | Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Contacts recent information on health funding and global health policy reports.
Health Policies and Data | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Reports and analysis of worldwide health policy. Has statistics within their reports, but not very much raw data available for free.
Better Life Index - Health (OECD)
An interactive tool for mapping well-being, including health. See how your country stacks up!
EM-DAT: The International Disaster Database
Data [from EM-DAT] provides invaluable information to governments and agencies in charge of relief and recovery activities. It also aids the integration of health components into development and poverty alleviation programmes.[EM-DAT "About"]
THE DHS Program Demographic and Health Surveys
The Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) program has many resources on various health indicators for many countries around the world.
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