Climate Risk Information System for Public Health (CRISH) is a public health advisory system that is based on 3-day and 10-day forecasts of extreme weather conditions, for diseases that have high correlation with weather patterns, such as malaria and dengue. 

This expert system analyzes and maps localities that have likelihood of disease occurrence, generates and disseminates weather forecast products with accompanying health advisories for each disease, displays real-time disease surveillance data that are entered into the system by health experts, and receives feedback from health professionals and other users.