Hi all. Scott, thanks for the updated link, that looks fantastic.
@Natalie_Tibbels, in response to your question, we’ve done a lot of integration work with both Kobo and DHIS2 at OpenFn. OpenFn is typically used for slightly more complex, ongoing data flows (which may involved multiple steps, data cleaning, or automating related processes—like paying CHWs via MPESA or notifying enumerators by SMS when input contains outliers that need human inspection).
Also might be useful if you want to either have this integration happen in real-time or if you want more control over when data processing happens. Event-based jobs in OpenFn listen for submissions to Kobo as they’re delivered, and cron-based jobs allow you to run a particular automation flow (like harvesting, cleaning, and loading Kobo data to DHIS2) at a specific time… say at 11pm every Saturday night.
Hope this helps!