Communicable diseases

Communicable diseases are illnesses caused by micro-organisms and are transmitted from one infected person or animal to another person. They may also be referred to as infectious diseases. Examples include tuberculosis, diarrhoea, and pneumonia.

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COVID-19 Pandemic, Geospatial Information and Community Resilience

June 28, 2021
The COVID-19 Pandemic, Geospatial Information and Community Resilience: Global Applications and Lesson report is now available.

Assistance to Pacific countries in continuing to operate during COVID-19 disruptions.

April 23, 2020
A message from Jeff Montgomery
PCRN Chair, New Zealand Registrar-General