We’re excited to announce the 5 finalists of the App Competition! This year we’ve selected 2 Android applications and 3 web applications as finalists.
The submissions were of outstanding quality, and the choice for finalists was a hard one. We want to thank all of you who’ve submitted your applications this year.
All finalists will present their applications Thursday, 2023-06-15T11:00:00Z at the 2023 Annual Conference either in-person or remotely.
Congratulations to all those who’ve been selected!
In random order, here are the finalists:
DHIS2 Visualisation Studio from HISP Uganda (Web) - by Albert Mutesasira @mutesasira
DHIS2 Visualisation Studio is a DHIS2 application that offers real-time data visualization and query capabilities for health-related and education-related data. It allows users to create custom dashboards and display data from multiple sources on one dashboard, all within a single DHIS2 instance or across different DHIS2 instances. Users can choose from various data visualization options such as charts, tables, and maps, and can customize the configuration settings of the visualization types to present data in a more meaningful and customizable way. With a user-friendly interface that features drag-and-drop functionality, it is easy to create and personalize dashboards. DHIS2 Visualisation Studio also provides real-time data updates and querying capabilities, ensuring users receive up-to-date and accurate information. Moreover, the app is designed to be implemented quickly within a short timeframe, making it an excellent solution for organizations that need to deploy a dashboarding tool to showcase real-time health data promptly.
JumpaDokter from HISP Indonesia (Android) - by Saldi Yusuf
JumpaDokter is an app that uses DHIS2 as a backbone. This app uses tracker capability to store the individual data of the patients.
DHIS2 Analytics Messenger from HISP Tanzania (Web) - by Eric Chingalo @ericchingalo
The DHIS2 Analytics Messenger is an application that aims to make DHIS2 analytics data readily accessible to users. The application leverages the power of popular social messaging platforms, such as WhatsApp and Telegram, to deliver DHIS2 analytics to users. Given the increasing popularity of social messaging applications in recent years, there has been a growing potential for sharing DHIS2 analytics data through these media.
Growth and Nutrition Monitoring System from HISP Sri Lanka (Android) - by Chaturanga Manchanayake
The Growth and Nutrition Monitoring System (GNMS) is an innovative project in Sri Lanka’s public health system that utilizes mobile devices for data collection in the field. It is designed as an electronic-based individual information tracking system specifically focused on monitoring malnourished children at the grassroots level.
Homepage App from EyeSeeTea (Web) - Ignacio Foche Pérez
The Homepage app is an innovative and user-friendly solution for creating customized landing pages within your DHIS2-based instance. It streamlines the development process by providing a wiki-style editor that allows for easy organization and editing of content. This powerful tool was inspired by the successful Training App, which took home top honors at the 2021 DHIS2 Annual Conference.