Name Web-based CRVS Database
Source Ministry of Health of Cambodia, Ministry of Interior of Cambodia
Hyperlink to Source https://www.crvscambodia.org/
Description The CRVS Database can help staff at all levels to produce and receive timely reports, to reduce the workload and to improve the data use at all levels.
Long description The web based CRVS database in based on existing paper based CRVS system. New data was added as required by the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Health. The CRVS Database can help staff at all levels to produce and receive timely reports, to reduce the workload and to improve the data use at all levels. The CRVS database includes 18 different causes of deaths. It has been introduced introduced in 11 of 1633 Communes/Sangkat in 2013 and is planned to scale-up for 10 Sangkats in 2014.
Lead Institution Ministry of Health of Cambodia, Ministry of Interior of Cambodia
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Info link https://www.crvscambodia.org/
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Type System
Potential for reuse High
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Open source No
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Plug & Play No
Outputs compatible with indicators from Official Statistics Yes
Status Pilot
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  • Cambodia
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  • Social Protection & Labour
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    Case Study URL with Government Participation http://www.crvscambodia.org/en/report
    Case Study Description Several Cambodian Ministries with the support of the Asian Development Bank and US AID have installed a web-based database for timely and accurate CRVS data. The Civil registration system including birth, birth, marriage and death was officially launched in 2002 with a manual record keeping using books and papers. At the end of 2012, CRVS data from 2002 to 2006 has been digitized from more than 6 million lists. The digital data management still faces many challenges that require increased capacity and more attention from authorities, municipal authorities, provincial, municipal, district and commune and district statistics.
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    Good practices displayed Yes
    Created On 2014-04-12
    Updated On 2014-04-12
    Status Published
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