Making data useful for everybody by presenting historical and real-time data in a simple, user-friendly and easy-to-read interface, where different users can get valuable information.
An innovative interactive tool that provides up to date information about the HIV situation and responses at national, provincial and local levels.
100 partners globally collaborated to bring together judgments, instruments, and constitutions in a single Global Health and Human Rights Database.
Accurate information for Real Time Decision Making. Recent advancements in technologies can make near real-time data capture sustainable and achievable with low investments, enabling real time decision making & response management for resources on the ground.
Dynamic Multi-level Drill Down & Drill Through
Device Agnostic Solutions
Support Off-line Access
Support Structured and Unstructured Data Source
Easy & Quick Configurations
On 6th June, 2014 the Disease Control Department of the Ministry of Public Health, on behalf of the Thailand's National Aids Committee, in partnership with UNAIDS, has launched the Aids Zero Portal. AZP is an innovative interactive tool that provides up to date information about the HIV situation and responses at national, provincial and local levels.
The Global Health and Human Rights Database is a free online database of law from around the world relating to health and human rights. Developed by Lawyers Collective and the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University, in collaboration with a worldwide network of civil society partners, the database offers an interactive, searchable, and fully indexed website of case law, national constitutions and international instruments.
The right to health and other health-related rights have been enshrined in a number of international treaties, regional instruments, and national constitutions and laws. This has given rise to a significant body of cases decided by national courts and international and regional human rights bodies that interpret the content and State obligations of the right to health and other health-related rights, based on relevant human rights treaties and other legal instruments.
However, despite growing use of international, regional and domestic litigation to enforce and interpret rights in health related-matters, there is no comprehensive collection and categorization of health and human rights judgments. In response, the Lawyers Collective and the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law—working with over 100 partners globally, including NGOs, academics and private researchers—collaborated to bring together judgments, instruments, and constitutions involving health and human rights in a single Global Health and Human Rights Database.