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    DHIS 2 Key Partners at HISP Oslo

    On 17th March, an exclusive partners meeting was held at HISP-UiO gatheringNoradthe Global FundPEPFARUNICEFWHOGAVI and USAID
     
    The need for resources and coordination are increasing at national, regional and global levels to deliver a robust and relevant DHIS 2 platform and to support countries in implementing national health information systems. 
     
    Norad, PEPFAR, Global FUND, UNICEF and WHO agreed to continue to work together to coordinate their support of HISP-UiO and implementation of DHIS 2 as a component of HIS in countries. The new partners GAVI and USAID agreed to explore how they could participate in the collaboration. The group agreed to invite other organizations to join the partnership to support DHIS 2 and coordinate activities in countries.
     
    Once again, we would like to thank our Partners for their continuous support!

     

    Insights from Akros

    Akros has been operating in Zambia for 6 years to strengthen the national health systems. They are using DHIS 2 as their primary aggregate reporting platform and have deployed it throughout the region not only at national scale, but also down tothe community level.
    Walk your way through this Prezi to learn about the benefits that can be achieved with DHIS 2.

     

    Academies and Workshops
    DHIS 2 Experts Academy, Oslo 2015
    10th - 15th August 

    We are pleased to announce that the second DHIS 2 Experts Academy will take place in Oslo from 10th to 15th August 2015. This Academy brings together the best of DHIS 2 implementers from around the world with the aim to expand and strengthen the DHIS 2 experts community.
     
    Participants will learn advanced uses of DHIS 2 from the most experienced implementers and get a chance to discuss their own implementations with their peers.

    DHIS 2 Academy Eastern and Southern Africa, level 2&3
    2nd – 11th June 2015
    Livingstone, Zambia

    The first level 2&3 Academy of the year in Africa will gather experienced DHIS 2 implementers, system administrators, as well as managers and program officers.

    DHIS 2 Academy Western Africa, level 2&3
    8th - 19th June 2015
    Cotonou, Benin

    This multilingual Academy will be conducted both in French and English. DHIS 2 experts will share the latest features and functionalities.

    DHIS 2 India Workshop 2015
    22nd - 26th June 2015
    Manesar, Gurgaon
    India

    A five day workshop dedicated to Monitoring & Evaluation. The main goal will be to learn and to share Best Practices for decision-making.

     

    DHIS 2 Academy Asia 2015
    Da Nang, Vietnam
    13th - 23rd April 2015

         Thank you to our team
          of trainers and
          facilitators who are
          currently sharing 
          their expertise with our
          participants in Da Nang,
          Vietnam.



        

    From the left to the right: Dr. Duong Dinh Cong, Chu Hong Anh, Ngo Tanh Long, John Lewis, Morten Olav Hansen, Knut Staring, Wilfred Sendoyi, Shurajit Dutta (Nick), Le Hong Em, Thai Nguyen Duy, Nghia Nguyen Tran, Nguyen Tran Do Xuan Thuy.

     
     
     

     

     

     
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  • “INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON BUILDING COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE TO STRENGTHEN CAPACITIES AROUND PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS (1ST -3RD October, 2014)”

    Venue: Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

    A three days international seminar on “Building communities of practice to strengthen capacities around public health information systems” was successfully conducted between 1st-3rd October, 2014 at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras with joint support from Centre for Technology and Policy (CTaP) and HISP India. The seminar witnessed participation of more than fifty people from various countries, organizations and institutions that assembled together for the central theme of building capacities around strengthening public health information systems. There were representations from HISP South Africa, Tanzania, WHO, Kenya, University of Oslo, University College Dublin, Sri Lanka and Philippines. State representatives of health department from Maharashtra, Haryana and Kerala were there and shared their field experiences and challenges related to HIS intervention in their respective states. The representation from Indian universities included IIT Madras, IIT Mumbai, Sri Chitra Tirunal and BITS, Pilani. There were also representation from civil societies and other development organizations. The seminar started on 1st October, 2014 with welcome speech given by Prof. V. R. Murleedharan (CTaP) and Jyotsana from HISP India. Prof. Murleedharan gave an overview and background of the seminar and reiterated the need for building such communities of practice for strengthening public health information systems. Seminar successfully concluded on 3rd October 2014 with look forward for more concerted activities, dialogues and interventions built on the shared experiences of the present seminar. The list of participants and the powerpoint presentations are  enclosed below:-

     

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