A collection of interactive easy to use web applications which allow the exploration of several health topics. Topic areas include HIV/AIDS, Family Planning and Child/Maternal Health.
The RESPOND Project recently completed a secondary analysis of 40 Demographic and Health Surveys to explore the characteristics of users and nonusers of different FP methods. Indicators explored include parity, ideal number of children, wealth quintile, urban vs. rural location, and source of method, with methods categorized as traditional, short-acting, or long-acting and permanent. The findings from this analysis have been compiled into a user-friendly web-based and downloadable PC application, called Stat-Shot: Focused Family Planning Data at Your Fingertips.