GIS summarizes a large amount of tabular data into visual maps that can be very insightful for the planning and evaluation of public programs. By adding the ‘place’ in traditional person/time/place triad underlying public health planning, epidemiology and surveillance, data can be made more relevant to policy planning and program implementation.
Venue: India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Duration – 3 days
Timing: October 31-Nov 2
Through presentations, examples, and exercises with real data, participants have conceptual understanding of using GIS for public analysis and to create GIS dashboard in DHIS2.
Uday Samudra Beach Hotel
Kovalam, Kerala, India
This course focuses on:
Venue:2nd Sep-6th Sep
Youth Employment Solution (Yes Me! System) is designed and developed DHIS2 for registration and tracking of youth in programs which provide and prepare the youth for getting employment. The system utilizes the DHIS2 Tracker module for creating associations between beneficiaries, trainers employers at different events of the program to track and analyse the status the beneficiary during, as well as after the completion of the program to understand the impact of the interventions.
Yes Me! includes different countries in ARO (Indonesia, Nepal, Myanmar, Philippines and Vietnam), Africa (Tanzania), Latin America (El Salvador and Guatemala).
The training included the Tracking system in web application, Android application and analysis tools (Pivot table, Data visualizer and Event report) and custom report developed as per the requirement.
The participants attended the training are the M&E officers, Data operators and the head of Youth Employment program in Plan International.
School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh
University of Oslo, Norway
Venue: Conference Hall, Mount View, Sector 10, Chandigarh-160010
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