WHO-CHOICE reports the costs and effects of a wide range of health interventions in the 14 demographic sub-regions of WHO (world divisions made based on geographical location and demographic profiles). The results of these cost-effectiveness analyses are assembled in sub-regional databases.
- Uses a standardized method for cost effectiveness analysis that can be applied to all interventions in different settings
- Costs and effectiveness of a wide range of health interventions at the WHO subregional level are available to download
- Sectoral analyses which compare interventions for a large range of diseases can contribute to discussions around Universal Health Care packages
- Tools required to assess intervention costs and impacts at the population level are available for use at country level for contextualization activities
- The CHOICE team is available to assist policy makers and other stakeholders to interpret and use the evidence