- Written by Eng Sarath
- Category: CamEWARN
- Published: 18 November 2014
- Last Updated: 17 March 2017
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CamEWARN: Cambodia Early Warning System
CAMEWARN has a case-based surveillance system which covers 10 epidemic prone diseases and syndromes. It involves weekly zero reporting from health centers, referral hospitals and two pediatric specialty hospitals in Siem Reap to the Communicable Diseases Control Department (CDC), Ministry of Health. New web-based software has been created for reporting. All provinces have been trained in the use of the new software. For these provinces, data is available by health center. For the other provinces, data is only available up to operational district level. The aim is to monitor disease trends and detect outbreaks early to enable timely response by Rapid Response Teams (RRTs).
I. The flowchart of reports from the various health facilities
II. Weekly CDC Disease Surveillance reports:
To download a report, right click on any of the following week and click Save target as... for Internet Explorer or Save Link As... for Firefox.
Note: The data is based on our Camewarn database system. From week1-2017, we have only 7 diseases (1-7).