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Worldwide Information Management System on Sanitation and Drinking-water (GIMS) Rifat Hossain

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Presentation review : from information gathering, to examination and powerful basic leadership What is GIMS? GIMS and the master plan Global wellbeing circumstance WHO system for wellbeing data GIMS usefulness and availability GIMS customers JMP GLASS Benefits and next strides

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What is GIMS?

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Introduction 2.5 billion individuals without enhanced sanitation, around 900 million individuals without enhanced drinking-water nothing unexpected: diarrhoeal malady is the 2 nd driving reason for death from irresistible ailments, even before HIV/AIDS - for the most part youngsters Such passings could be counteracted, with great confirmation based approaches It is hard to make star poor proof based strategy choices: Difficult to relate upgrades in administration levels to the drivers of the segment Missing connections between administration levels to other financial pointers, weight of water-borne ailments, atmosphere flexibility and so forth

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What do clients need from WHO? Add up to check: 7999

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What changes are required? Add up to tally: 5598

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GIMS:Why another framework? To fortify the proof base: filling crevices and connections Robust get to appraisals (use for JMP and so on.) Links between sanitation, drinking-water and wellbeing (sickness load and so forth.) Links amongst WatSan and other ecological issues To quantify advance of social orders; interface between administration levels to neediness, BoD, atmosphere flexibility and so forth. Construct national limit through Cost-powerful element online information compromise An incorporated nation/provincial coordination instrument and its intelligent and element support to populate GIMS

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GIMS… for a more strong gauge!

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GIMS: to lessen trouble on information accumulation Integrated into Global Health Observatory A WHO information administration entryway Connectivity to nation information administration device DevInfo programmed network Other information administration framework (WSP, World Bank, OECD and so forth.)

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Scenario 2020: environmental change Resilience to expanded precipitation High Improved pit restrooms Sewers Vulnerability Medium Community oversaw funneled water Protected wells (shallow) Low Utility oversaw channeled water Septic tanks Protected wells (profound) Protected springs Rainwater gathering High Medium Low Adaptability

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GIMS:Who is it for? Nation powers Global bodies who gives strategy pertinent data Researchers Policy producers Etc.

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GIMS: segments An extensive information administration framework Data accumulation Data examination Data spread A dynamic information connecting framework Data to be imparted to invested individuals Dynamic, web-empowered (Web2.0) instead of static Web1.0 design

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Information stream between information source to GIMS (1) OH SDMX Registry clients GIMS Internet Agency An Agency B Agency C International Internet National Region B2 Region A2 Region C2 Region A3 Region A1 Region B3 Region B1 Region C3 Region C1

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Information stream between information source to GIMS (2) OH SDMX Registry clients International (GIMS) Internet National Region B2 Region A2 Region C2 Region A3 Region A1 Region B3 Region B1 Region C3 Region C1

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GIMS and the master plan:

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An evolving world: intricate and swarmed Everything is personally interconnected Globalization has leveled the world and speeded up exchange prompting to: expanded developments of individuals development of worldwide exchange social and ecological changes Microbes are moving… Health security is in question The general wellbeing scene

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… swarmed with issues – new and old Rapidly advancing dangers postured by rising pandemic and plague inclined ailments (e.g. H1N1 2009, SARS 2003 & Avian Flu 2003-2008 ) Epidemic-inclined illnesses that are known dangers (HIVAIDS, cholera, meningitis, yellow fever) Unexpected episodes of new or beforehand uncommon sicknesses (eg. Ebola, West Nile fever in US) Accidental or deliberate arrival of natural, substance as well as atomic specialists Older issues that continue getting greater (e.g tuberculosis) Endemic ailments that have been with us for a large number of years (intestinal sickness, infection, guinea worm, lymphatic filariasis, polio, onchocerciasis)

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… exacerbated by Collapse of general wellbeing foundation Ineffective vector control programs (Chikungunya) Development of antimicrobial resistance (XDR-TB) Increasing weight of interminable ailments because of our changing ways of life Environment and environmental change

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Need for apparatuses, techniques & gauges Multi source: coordinate information from various sources utilizing diverse information gathering procedures Multi part: solidify key information from various segments Multi level: spread information crosswise over various geographic levels Country level Health Remote field level Education Environment Global level Regional level Water that can characterize, gather and amass information from: Community studies Population studies Laboratory comes about

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And that can investigate and convey data quickly and in significant courses as to help with directing powerful reaction Need for devices, strategies & guidelines

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Challenges in Information Management Fragmentation and duplication Lack of utilization of models (case definitions, identifiers, geo-coding, information trade) Lack of interoperability between database frameworks Uncoordinated ways to deal with information accumulation Data quality appraisal and straightforwardness: frequently frail Major information crevices remain Duplication of endeavors/assets Data convenientce, utilize and basic leadership is hampered

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WHO Strategy on Health Information Dr Margaret Chan Opening comments at the Fourth Global Meeting of Heads of WHO Country Offices Geneva, 12 November 200 7 " Without key wellbeing information, we are working oblivious. We may likewise be shooting oblivious. … " To enhance the accessibility, quality and utilization of information and measurements on key wellbeing needs To address information holes: accessibility and nature of information utilized for basic leadership To reinforce nation ability to bolster better wellbeing frameworks reconnaissance

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WHO's Health Information Strategy Improve access to WHO's information Improve nature of information Leverage and associating with existing database Address information crevices Build nation limit Global Health Observatory Monitoring the wellbeing circumstance and patterns on the planet Disease PHC/wellbeing Equity Health Outbreak Africa frameworks Gage MDGs Monitoring execution Conflicts & NCD & Mortality GIMS Other Emergencies chance & sickness locales Tracking variables load World Health Statistics Integrated Country Health Profiles

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GHO Vision Functions Data distribution center Data creation/decentralized exercises Health Systems NCDs and Risk Factors WHO Programs XML Dashboard Agency accomplices XML Disease Outbreak Monitoring Environmentand GIMS XML Countries Analysis XML Surveys Mortality & GBD MDGs Charts Metadata guidelines DDI, Dublin Core, SDMX… Data trade principles IXF3, SDMX, XLS, CSV Maps

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What will GHO not do Centralize all information generation and spread. Control singular information makers: measurable strategies for approving information ascription of missing qualities adjustment for predisposition, heterogeneity in the estimations of amounts of enthusiasm Over-ride existing legacy frameworks and databases Instead safeguard the autonomy of information makers while making information and metadata part of a cognizant and consistent corporate framework A group of stars or organization of databases.

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GIMS usefulness and availability

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Country sheets through GIMS/GHO

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Real time information section

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Connectivity Accessing wellbeing information Core wellbeing measurements Epidemic and Outbreaks (cholera, Rift valley fever and so forth Neglected ailments of neediness (e.g guinea worm, schistosomiasis, trachoma.. Wellbeing frameworks Global weight of infections Environmental hazard elements

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Connectivity Links to accomplice databases Poverty (world Bank) Financial (OECD) UN-Water "federated" database Climate change (WMO, UNEP, FAO, universities,..)

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Connectivity Links to nation databases: eg wellbeing administrations

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% Districts with enhanced access to water

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Interoperability Links to nation databases: wellbeing administrations Overlaying general wellbeing offices, research centers, stockpiles, schools, working environments, to bolster reaction .. ( focusing of medications, gear, surge limit.) Infrastructures (streets, schools, airplane terminals, and so forth.)

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Connectivity Links to nation databases: wellbeing administrations Overlaying general wellbeing offices, research centers, stockpiles, schools, work environments, to bolster reaction .. ( focusing of medications, gear, surge limit.) Infrastructures (streets, schools, air terminals, and so forth.) Water point mapping

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Integrating remotely detected information for GIS examination Data accumulation from earth perception satellites (10-35m 2 determination) Water quality information Hydrological information Land utilize Risk evaluation (catchment) Risk appraisal (water-related sickness) Trends Potential utilization of high determination pictures (2m 2 determination) Validation of scope information Validation of get to information

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GIMS customers

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GIMS with regards to W&S Monitoring The instrument The utilization of the apparatus Impact Disease counteractive action, sex value, neediness lessening, monetary development WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program (JMP)  Global Information Management System (GIMS) MDG checking Increased administration and scope levels Evidence base UN-Water Global Annual Assessment (GLAAS)  Increased segment and help viability Transparency, shared responsibility, help prioritization and focusing on

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GIMS for JMP Compare, comprehend, adjust information Link between Access/Health Access