Geographic information systems can capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present data by location. We use these systems along with geographic tools to identify trends and patterns within and between data across regions.
We transform data from a multitude of sources into structured qualitative and quantitative data sets for geospatial analyses that can be used to generate information for decision-making. This information helps governments and other stakeholders understand their operating environments and make better decisions.
We also provide training programs to build the capacity of health departments and other partners in developing and using geographic information systems.