Digital Square Resource Library

Digital Square Resource Library is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes digital material. Repositories are important tools for preserving an organization's legacy; they facilitate digital preservation and scholarly communication.

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Communities in DSpace

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  • Digital Square Resources
    You'll be able to find here Digital Square Resources (tech webinars, etc.) and any other Digital Square materials
  • Global Digital Health Network
    The Global Digital Health Network envisions a world where technical innovation supports improved health and contributes to better quality, accessibility and sustainability of health services and health outcomes, particularly for underserved populations in low resource environments.
  • K4Health
    This Digital Health Resource Library houses three legacy collections previously maintained by the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project
  • MEASURE Evaluation
    MEASURE Evaluation’s mission is to contribute to better health for people living in low-income countries by assisting governments and health institutions to generate and use information to change what doesn’t work and to scale up what does.
  • Navigator for Digital Health Capability Models
    Navigator for Digital Health Capability Models Toolkit and Resources

Recent Submissions

Digital Documentation of COVID-19 Certificates legal framework assessment and decision-making framework
This deck covers insights on relevant frameworks for implementing a digital documentation of COVID certificates and a decision making framework. It establishes guidance for countries to be able to develop policies required to support the implementation of digital COVID-19 certificates in the absence of clearer and more specified policies under the IHR.
DDCC guidance and communication materials for policy makers and program managers
(Vital Wave, )
DDCC Overview summarizes the key concepts and value of digital certificates and supports policy makers and program managers to make the case for sustainable investment in national digital certificate programs. Operational Guidance elaborates on technical and operational concepts contained in the DDCC Overview with detail on how to estimate costs and operationalize a national digital certificate program. The DDCC FAQ is a companion document to the DDCC communication materials, providing detailed answers to frequently asked questions.
WHO DDCCG Security Review Report
(T-Systems International GmbH, )
The goal of this test is to identify vulnerabilities that an attacker can exploit to compromise systems or the data stored on them, to gain access to sensitive information, or to compromise their availability. The during the penetration, no significant vulnerabilities in the application were discovered. The behavior of the test object meets expectations and did not suggest any deviant behavior. From an overall perspective the application appears highly resilient and leverages proven technologies.
Australia's International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate using Visible Digital Seal Technology
The Australian International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) meets the global standard specified by the ICAO and endorsed by the WHO. The certificate uses Visible Digital Seal (VDS) technology in the form of a QR code that is secure as a passport chip and can be digitally authenticated in the same way as a passport. The QR code can be read at borders globally and by travel apps such as the IATA Travel Pass that many airlines use.
Pan-Canadian Vaccination Credentials Specifications
The Canadian PVC is designed to be a federal-facing, multi-jurisdictional program, which: ensures a common look and feel, including a Canada watermark, which adheres to the Smart Health Card standards; and is recognized and trusted by foreign states as being endorsed by Canada.