Public Transparency: SESAI releases a dashboard with budgetary information from DSEI
In the "transparency" tab of the portal saudeindigena.saude.gov.br it is possible to check all the expenditures of the 34 Indigenous Special Sanitary Districts (DSEI) that bring basic health to almost 6 thousand villages in the country.
With a "Business Intelligence" solution, an English term used to define intelligent business strategies aimed at decision making, the Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health (SESAI), of the Ministry of Health, launched a new Internet-based accountability dashboard. With this technological resource, the indigenous people and the entire population will be able to follow how the resources of Indigenous Health are spent by the 34 Indigenous Special Sanitary Districts (DSEI).
From now on, it is possible to see the amount of financial resources sent to each DSEI and how each one is spending the budget allocated to basic indigenous health services. By clicking on the "Transparency" tab of http://saudeindigena.saude.gov.br it is possible to know how much and when each company received and what products and services it has delivered.
"This new dashboard will allow us to work with more transparency and will also allow each citizen to follow how the resources of SESAI are being spent. In this first stage, the data are optimized for computers, but soon, the data will be followed more easily by mobile phone. This is a solution that is here to stay," said the Special Secretary of Indigenous Health, Robson Santos da Silva.
The transparency dashboard was launched during the Forum of Presidents of Indigenous Health District Councils (FPCONDISI) meeting that is taking place in Brasilia from December 7 to 10, 2020. The District Councils of Indigenous Health (CONDISI) are responsible for the Social Control of the execution of health services with Brazilian indigenous people.