The Lives Saved Tool is a mathematical modeling tool which allows users to estimate the impact of modifying intervention coverage levels on mortality in low and middle income countries.
LiST in Spectrum
Interventions and data sources
Country data pack
Existing subnational projections
“You are not going to get anyone to buy in unless you have real data that can encourage them to step up and do something about the issue.”
“When you have a context where there are so many issues, how to prioritize, what to focus [...]. LiST can really help to make those decisions. It can help show empirically what is going to make the greatest impact on lives saved when otherwise it is quite hard to make those decisions.”
“LiST provides us with information for evaluation, lives saved, deaths averted for a 3-5 year health program. It is hard to have mortality data from this. It is impossible to measure for one intervention over such a short period. LiST helps give mortality data.”