Improving Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Global Forum on Gender Statistics Rome, 10-12 December 2007. www.healthmetricsnetwork.org. HMN: what it is and what it does .
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Global Forum on Gender Statistics
Rome, 10-12 December 2007
A global partnership whose goal is to increase availability and use of timely, reliable health information in countries and globally through shared agreement on goals and coordinated investments in health information systems
Costly (US$2-5 per respondent), also need to consider cost-benefit of adding VA modules
These approaches can be of immense value in terms of the production of statistics,
however they do not bring the legal and human rights benefits associated with civil registration.
Spearhead a global movement for improving the coverage and quality of vital events monitoring in low-income countries: