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This page provides access to a collection of internal and external documents and links to guide researchers, policy-makers, implementers, civil society and non-governmental organizations with ACAN knowledge-sharing and capacity strengthening across the globe.
The Global Birth Defects Description and Coding App
The Global Birth Defects Description and Coding (GBDDC) App is for use in areas where local expertise in congenital anomaly diagnosis is scarce. The purpose of the App is to improve the description and coding of major externally visible congenital anomalies for surveillance and research.
Birth Defects Surveillance: A Manual for Programme Managers [PDF, 5mb]
The manual is a collaborative effort between the World Health Organization (WHO),
Birth defects surveillance: atlas of selected congenital anomalies [PDF, 8.5mb]
This is a companion tool to Birth defects surveillance: a manual for programme managers.
Rarity Mag is an online lifestyle platform which seeks to inspire, engage and empower South African stakeholders within the rare diseases and congenital abnormality communities by providing relevant, useful information and a platform for honest, authentic storytelling
sSCAN is featured in issue 5.
A lecture by Dr Dr Beda Olabu, Department of Anatomy, University of Nairobi, Kenya