Source: WHO-HealthMap. GIS provides an excellent means of analyzing epidemiological data, revealing trends, dependencies and inter-relationships that be would be more difficult to discover in tabular format. Moreover, it allows policy makers to easily visualize the problems in relation to the resources and more efficiently target resources to those communities in need. .
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