The Health GeoLab Collaborative is a collective of institutions and individuals sharing the same vision and willing to engage their respective skills, experience, network and/or resources to achieve it. The Collaborative’s vision is for low and middle income countries in Asia and the Pacific fully benefit from the power of geography, geospatial data, and technologies to reach…

The mission of the Health GeoLab Collaborative is to facilitate the implementation of the HIS geo-enabling framework across low and middle income countries in Asia and the Pacific for them to fully benefit from the power of geography, geospatial data, and technologies. The HIS geo-enabling framework is composed of 8 elements that need to be…

The Health Geolab Collaborative is concentrating its efforts in Asia and the Pacific, more specifically on the 30 low and middle income countries listed and represented in the following map:  

The Health GeoLab Collaborative uses the 4Ts (Training, Tooling, Testing, Teaming) approach to strengthen in-country capacity for a proper and sustainable geo-enabling of the Health Information System (HIS). The strategy followed by the Members of the Collaborative to reach this objective across Asia and the Pacific is to: Prioritize one-on-one in-country capacity strengthening activities adjusted…