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mapping international development indicators with InstantAtlas

InstantAtlas Desktop is being used around the world by data professionals in developing countries to present indicator data in interactive reports to monitor and evaluate population, health, and nutrition programs.

 

We wanted to share a few examples of how InstantAtlas is being used across the world and in developing nations to help governments, health and social care organizations, funding bodies and community groups better understand local patterns of health need.

 

These users are finding they can access local intelligence quickly and in a format that is easy-to-understand. Anyone with an internet connection can quickly establish the current patterns of health need and then monitor the impact of interventions. This approach is helping countries like Haiti monitor Cholera outbreaks and ensure resources are being used effectively to tackle the disease.

 

Below are examples of InstantAtlas reports using our Single Map template to present indicator data for different public health themes in developing countries.

 

Benefits of InstantAtlas

 

There are great many benefits in using InstantAtlas for data presentation including:

 

  •     Easy design & customisation of your interactive reports making them engaging, visually appealing and easily understood by a wide range of audiences;
  •     InstantAtlas offers you the ability to present stand-alone reports too so you do not have to rely on Internet access if you are out in the field;
  •     InstantAtlas helps report users gain deeper understanding of health and demographic trends in developing countries.

 

Benin - Child Labour Atlas (Demo Only)

Ethiopia - Demographic and Health Survey 2011

(Demo Only)

BENIN_Atlas Ethiopia-Demographic-and-Health-Atlas

 

This report is created with the InstantAtlas Single map template. Compiled in French, it picks up an important theme important in Benin from the 2006 Demographic and Health Survey, the incidence of child labour. 66% of Benin children between 14 and under are working. Key sectors include construction, mechanics, domestic type work or agriculture. Explore the number of hours worked and the percentage distribution of child workers by sector.

 

Click image to see interactive report

 

According to the WHO, maternal mortality rates in Ethiopia have improved significantly from 950 per 100 thousand live births in 1990 to 350 in 2010. Safeguarding the health of mothers of childbearing age relies on improving key measures in antenatal care and support during childbirth itself. This dynamic report presents such data from Ethiopia’s 2011 DHS survey geographically. It highlights the disparities between rural and more urban populations and different ethnicities. Such reports can help development organizations and public health planners focus on locating resources where they are most needed.

 

Click image to see interactive report

 

Haiti - Atlas of Cholera Outbreak (Live Report)

Tajikistan - Demographics, Population Density Report (Demo Report)

Tajikistan_Health_Atlas
Haiti-Atlas-of-Cholera-Outbreak-Reports-by-Epidemiological-Week

 

This report is created with the InstantAtlas Single map template. Compiled in French, it picks up an important theme important in Benin from the 2006 Demographic and Health Survey, the incidence of child labour. 66% of Benin children between 14 and under are working. Key sectors include construction, mechanics, domestic type work or agriculture. Explore the number of hours worked and the percentage distribution of child workers by sector.

 

Click image to see interactive report

 

According to the WHO, maternal mortality rates in Ethiopia have improved significantly from 950 per 100 thousand live births in 1990 to 350 in 2010. Safeguarding the health of mothers of childbearing age relies on improving key measures in antenatal care and support during childbirth itself. This dynamic report presents such data from Ethiopia’s 2011 DHS survey geographically. It highlights the disparities between rural and more urban populations and different ethnicities. Such reports can help development organizations and public health planners focus on locating resources where they are most needed.

 

Click image to see interactive report

 

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