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Infrastructural packages to construct the evidence based for building resilience against the impacts of environmental change on infectious disease risk in different climate change hotspots

A set of digital toolkits is being developed to allow users to compile, update and integrate disparate, multi-scale data streams to help build public health resilience and support surveillance systems. A general data harmonization tool will focus on combining subnational health data with climate, environmental and socioeconomic data at multiple administrative levels (e.g. municipalities, districts, provinces). A second tool will focus on local-level hotspots, where high-resolution data will be harmonized at the local scale. This includes environmental data collected locally with the use of drones and weather sensors, as well as downscaled climatic indicators.