Bloomberg Philanthropies | Data for Health Portal

The Data for Health (D4H) Initiative, co-funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Australian government, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, helps low- and middle-income countries collect better public health data. D4H works with governments to strengthen and standardize birth and death records and to better inform policy-making and improve public health outcomes. This resource library contains 300+ documents and materials generated through the Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health Initiative.


D4H primarily works on four major domains: cancer registries; civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS); data impact; and non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Click on a domain to view associated resources. 

Featured Collections

Collections are resources grouped by theme for your convenience--featured collections are rotated hourly. To create a custom list where you can save collections for later viewing, please visit your free D4H profile.

CRVS Fellowship Reports and Profiles

The Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health (D4H) Initiative’s CRVS Fellowship Program at the University of Melbourne (UoM) provided fellows with an in-depth participatory learning and knowledge sharing opportunity to work with a country on their CRVS initiatives. These reports are written by...