Food Security Data Challenges Projects
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Child health and development is complex and is impacted by many environmental, social, and genetic factors. It is also captured across disciplines (medical, social and educational) with varying metrics for each. The challenge is to bring this information together into a single, accessible resource for the benefit of children and families.
The Australian National Child Health and Development Atlas (ANCHDA) brings together the creators of novel tools for data collation, visualisation and analysis, used for research, service planning, and policy development on child health and wellbeing.
The resulting atlas will map data on children across Australia, enabling the visualisation, analysis, and monitoring of health and wellbeing metrics for children.
The project will deliver:
Research organisations, researchers, government agencies, non-government organisations, service providers, advocacy groups and community members will benefit from:
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This project will provide visibility of the health, development and wellbeing needs of children across the country. This visibility will provide more specificity and utility of the data available for public policy investment and commissioning decisions enabling maximum impact on the lives of children and families.
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