OUR NEW INTERACTIVE MAP OF GLOBAL HEALTH ACTORS
A dynamic tool to navigate the complex landscape of global health actors and accelerate next generation collaborations for the UN Global Goals.
In collaboration with Columbia University and Kumu
Like never before, using data science and human capital to enhance relationships among organizations, can provide novel ways for solving the challenges in global health and beyond.
In collaboration with Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and a data visualization start-up Kumu, we developed an interactive relational map of over 80 key global health stakeholders in Geneva, the center of global health diplomacy. The project aims to disrupt fragmented ecosystem in global health and mobilize alignment of resources for collective action to reach the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with focus on Health and Wellbeing (SDG 3). It enables businesses, governments, non-profits, international organizations and other stakeholders to identify potential partners and resources across all sectors. To learn more, read our article “Data Science: A Powerful Catalyst for Cross-Sector Collaborations” (Click here to view) published in Journal of Technology in Human Services (2018) or view our presentation at Bloomberg Data for Good Exchange summit (Click here to view).
We are excited to develop this prototype further and build specific use cases with diverse stakeholders in health, and beyond. Join us!