Saving Tigers while tackling Maternal Mortality and Malaria in Bhutan
Implementing the Health Data Warehouse will allow the Ministry of Health to have access in "real time" to morbidity and mortality data throughout Bhutan, including the maternal mortality and malaria disease rates in Southern Bhutan, where one of the last last large wild populations of tigers remains. Improving human life and health, and reduction in the burden of disease gives local communities the time and energy to help the World Wildlife Fund track and save this critical population of tigers, as well as multiple other endangered species in this biodiversity "hotspot". Rapid access to health data will allow the Ministry of health, with the help of World Wildlife Fund and GHRF, to focus on interventions to save lives, reduce maternal mortality and eliminate malaria. These communities are committed to protecting the special part of the earth in which they live, and hope that future generations will benefit from this effort.
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