We have identified the following list of external resources and links for you to access additional national and global data repositories.
The WHO provides a wealth of data visualizations pertaining to many global indicators of maternal and child health in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
UNICEF data visualizations illustrate the status of child health globally using a variety of indicators
Our World in Data provides over 2700 visualizations to illustrate the world’s most pressing issues, including global health concerns and the social determinants of health.
The University of Washington provides an interactive visualization to understand the global burden of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
University of Michigan presents a platform to visualize data related to a variety of global health indicators.
The STATCompiler by DHS allows users to make custom tables to describe specific health indicators across over 90 countries.
The National Health Mission provides a summary of indicators of general health status in India as of 2017
The SRS provides resources outlining the process of registering births and deaths in India, essential for determining indicator
The District Level Household & Family Survey, India (DLHS) covers indicators of child, maternal, newborn, adolescent, and reproductive health on a district level.
A repository of the latest reports on the status of maternal health in South East Asia published by the World Health Organization
A repository of the latest reports on the status of child health in South East Asia published by the World Health Organization.