Health Profiles is the Department of Health’s program to improve availability and accessibility to heath and health-related information in England. They are produced annually and give a snapshot overview of health for each local authority in England. Visit the following website to find out more about Heath Profiles and to find a profile in a particular area of England.
Almost half the world’s children now live in urban areas; The State of the World’s Children 2012: Children in an Urban World calls for greater emphasis on identifying and meeting their needs. Read the report at: http://www.unicef.org/sowc2012/
Here you will find lots of figures (many of which can be downloaded) infographics and videos – great for data analysis.
As the 2015 expiry date of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) draws nearer, this report looks at the history of the MDGs, and sets out context for discussions on a possible future global agreement to promote development and reduce poverty.
View this great infographic developed by the Cancer Council. Provide lots of facts about cancer and allows you some basic interactivity.
The World Bank eAtlas of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) allows you to visualise and map the indicators that measure progress toward the MDGs, with clear explanations of each goal and its related targets as the context.
When you select an indicator, the eAtlas creates a world map keyed to that indicator, with country rankings and data in your choice of tables or graphs. You can pan or zoom to view different countries or regions, view the dynamic change in that map with a time series, compare two maps and sets of data, and do much more. Fantastic interactive for Health and HD!
Explore this interactive site to deepen your knowledge about a range of issues including:
-the complex causes of poverty
-the difference between aid and development
-the important role Caritas Australia and AusAID have in alleviating poverty
-each of the Millennium Development Goals.