Programs developed by WHO
WHO Anthro is an application that facilitates the automatic analysis of individual data for children aged up to 18 months in order to allow specialists to measure and compare human physical variations. The program features three analysis modes: "Anthropometric calculator", "Individual assessment" and "Nutritional survey".
A free, intuitive program created by the WHO for creating maps and tables about the health status of a country. It lets you create maps with information about several data, such as roads, water sources, public and private health centers, and so on. The publicly available version only contains data about Mali; if you need more data, you must sign an agreement with the WHO.
HealthMapper 4.3.2 is a powerful application developed by World Health Organization (WHO) oriented to public health administrators at national or district level and aimed to become the standard for mapping and managing health information. The interface can be used in several different languages. It works using a map of the selected country or global region which is built using layers.