WHO Interactive Handbook
An online report to generate digestible information summaries
The online Handbook, developed from a customized module on the WordPress CMS platform, highlights key points from the WHO’s Population Consultation publication.
As technical partner for the WHO’s Universal Health Coverage Partnership website, CSF has developed a feature in the site’s Wordpress CMS that allows WHO administrators to generate the chapters for an interactive publication. These summarize a complex WHO document, the Population Consultation, using executive summary text for each chapter along with infographics, videos, linked documents, and other assets. The module is easy-to-use to ensure sustainability. CSF developed only two of the online chapters, subsequently training WHO administrators to use the tool themselves. The online Handbook was showcased at global meetings and is now available on the official WHO Universal Health Coverage Partnership website.
2016 UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme
UNFPA-UNICEF FGM Monitoring
Monitoring framework for the Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation
FGM Monitoring uses a di Monitoring framework to keep track of core indicators for the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
CSF’s di Monitoring platform is a royalty-free, web-based monitoring system that allows agencies to report against their development plan. Since 2015, CSF has supported UNFPA and UNICEF in their effort to monitor progress against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) by enhancing the di Monitoring system and helping to populate the framework with relevant indicators. In 2016, CSF conducted capacity-building workshops with ten of the countries in the partnership, teaching UN and government focal points as well as implementation partners to populate their respective frameworks. The country frameworks for all 16 countries engaged in the Joint Programme were aggregated into a global framework via a Calculation Engine. The CSF technical team has remained on call to address queries from all teams implementing the platform.
2016 UNICEF Maldives
An interactive platform to disseminate census data
MaldivInfo uses an intuitive and interactive dashboard to display demographic and socioeconomic data on The Maldives.
The Maldives National Bureau of Statistics collaborated with UNICEF in 2016 to develop MaldivInfo, a DevInfo database structure to collate information received from different sources. The data in MaldivInfo is first collected from different departments and then entered into the database, where it can easily be retrieved. With the goal of boosting data use in decision making, the dashboard uses an interactive platform to disseminate available information. Sophisticated visualization tools produce easy-to-use graphics.
Sudan SDG Dashboard
Monitoring progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals
The Sudan SDG dashboard aims to display SDGs and socio economic data for monitoring and evidence based decision making.
The Sudan SDG dashboard dynamically pulls the data from the online SudanInfo database at www.devinfo.org/sudaninfo and displays them using intuitive and interactive visualization. The data is easy to comprehend via well designed presentation objects and infographics. The indicators in the dashboard are displayed by SDGs as well as different sectors.
2016 UNICEF Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone Info
Powerful, easy-to-use data dissemination for development
Sierra Leone Info, developed by UNICEF and Statistics Sierra Leone, is a database and data dissemination tool for national monitoring and sound decision-making.
Sierra Leone Info combines a robust database management system with a suite of dissemination tools. The database is connected to three dissemination platforms: a dashboard, a mobile app, and the online DevInfo 7 adaptation. Each of these features are easy-to-use data analysis, mapping, and visualization tools. Sierra Leone Info is equipped with real-time data updating; any new information entered by users into the system will automatically be reflected on its interactive dissemination tools.