Announcing the DHIS2 Academy Level 2: Android Implementation

Dear DHIS2 Community,

The University of Oslo, in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Child Care in Zimbabwe and ITINordic, are pleased to announce the inaugural “DHIS2 Academy Level 2: Android Implementation”.

The Academy will take place from February 6-9, 2018 at the scenic Troutbeck Hotel & Resorts, in Nyanga, Zimbabwe.

This Academy brings together the DHIS2 Android team, implementers and champions from the public sector, private sector and donor community in order to guide and support planned and ongoing implementations of this exciting and evolving technology. The Android apps to be covered in the Academy include Tracker Capture, Event Capture, Data Capture and Dashboard, which continue to be revamped for stability and increased functionality.

Topics to be covered in the 4-day academy will include the DHIS2 Android platform, its scaling, relevant standards, Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) (including Mobile Device Management (MDM), Security, lessons from current use cases, mobile health policy and the DHIS2 Android plan and roadmap. Practical sessions on planning, setting up, piloting and scaling enterprise-wide DHIS2 Android applications will also be conducted.

In parallel, we are applying all our efforts to building the next generation DHIS2 Android solution based on a new SDK and a newly designed user interface. During the Academy we will update you on the plans and status of the App. We will show you how far we have come and hope to gather your feedback towards the final product to be released in August 2018.

The Academy fee is USD750 and is inclusive of training material, lunch and coffee breaks for 4 days. Please register early as the total number of places for participation is limited.

You can find more about the learning objectives, practical details and registration at:

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to the organising committee at

We look forward to seeing you in Zimbabwe!


Ranga (on behalf of the organising committee)