Bloomberg Philanthropies, Australian Government Launch Initiative To Improve Health Data Collection

Wall Street Journal: Michael Bloomberg Backs Health-Data Push
“…Bloomberg Philanthropies … and the Australian government are launching a $100 million, four-year effort to help 20 African, Southeast Asian, and Latin American countries learn more about the lives and deaths of their peoples. The initiative will pay for new tools and systems to improve birth- and death-registration systems and help the countries gather more information on risk factors for premature deaths…” (McKay, 3/22).

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