This is a picture of the highest mountain in Africa from a national park in Kenya. The first person to vote for the correct name of the mountain will win the “CoP Activity Winner badge.”
- Mount Elgon
- Mount Kenya
- Mount Kilimanjaro
- Mount Stanley or Mount Ngaliema
Voting Closed! Congratulations @ayman.tuffaha for winning!
Missed the chance to vote? (Reply to this post with a favorite picture of wildlife from Tanzania with location info of the picture and you’ll get the badge as well , here’s a link with free images to help you. Activity is valid only for the first week of December.)
If you didn’t know, this mountain is located in Tanzania. Why is the voting about a mountain in Tanzania? Well, the top topic of the month in November is a DHIS2 user story from Tanzania!
While we’re on the subject of dashboards, we wanted to share a post from Egwuma Efo (@Egwuma) about using a Patient Centered Framework to improve TB dashboards in Zambia and Rwanda. It was posted on the last day of November, which means it did not have time to be a “top topic” yet, but we hope you check it out!
Second top topic of the month is … last month’s #copmonthly where we also announced the opening of community presentation submissions for the End of Year 2022 event. Stay tuned with another post during this week about the event and selected participants.
Finally, we’re happy to see a new position open to join the DHIS2 team! The UiO announcement ‘University of Oslo is Hiring - DHIS2 Implementation Specialist in the Middle East’ is the third top topic of the month. To learn more about working with DHIS2 please visit, Careers - DHIS2. BTW, there’s an interesting video there too!
Speaking about career opportunities, there are several dhis2 related positions posted in the #marketplace which might still be open: Search results for '#connect:marketplace after:2022-08-30' - DHIS2 Community
|@jthomas||Jins Thomas||LAO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC|
|@Nipun_Dasanayake||Nipun Dasanayake||SRI LANKA|
|@jamal_aljadan||Mohammad Jamal Al Jadan||SYRIA|
Without Good Samaritans, there’s no community! We are very thankful to all users for contributing to the CoP especially when helping other users. Samaritans, thank you for making others feel at home!
@touriafuji | @adrianquintana | @sele | @Mayamiko | @Ulanbek | @nmceachen | @moses_mwale | @MohinderS | @ezbarretos | @mohammadayub864 | @mykbitz | @jetisco4u | @rithvik | @WaluQ | @ayman.tuffaha | @tuzoengelbert | @Eric_Boyd_Ramirez | @Norah_Stoops | @Kabango_Malewezi | @didate | @e4eDHIS2 | @Waheed | @dmnscar | @Natalie_Tibbels | @david.palmer | @roshanshrestha
Many users who faced issues and discussed them with the community were very helpful in finding bugs. These bug hunters create Jira issues (with link to the CoP post) and support the development of DHIS2.
We do tag feature finders in every #copmonthly so if you have features that you’d like to share and discuss with the community feel free to make a post in the #development category as well as share the link to the dhis2.atlassian.net feature request issue so other members can watch and vote.
Please feel free to PM if you want your picture updated/removed; if you are tagged below but can’t see your picture, please send us your country info and/or your profile picture.
- Complete your profile info (profile picture + country)
- Members with the above info are tagged in the map when they help other community members