Fw: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,

···

Centre for Health Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Jørn Braa jornbraa@gmail.com
To: emmanuel owusu-ansah eowusuansah@hotmail.com
Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org; THELMA J. JAKALIA tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah george.amofah@ghsmail.org; Dr. Afisah Zakariah afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com
Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced

ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health.
One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description
and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons
learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality
of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories:
Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in
Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community
health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates
will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms.
Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office:
+216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile:
+216 21 79 82 07 | Fax:
+216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail:
l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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Congratulations!

Ola

···

Ola Hodne Titlestad (Mr)
HISP
Department of Informatics

University of Oslo

Mobile: +47 48069736
Home address: Eftasåsen 68, 0687 Oslo, Norway. Googlemaps link

On 23 August 2013 10:27, denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com wrote:

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,


Centre for Health Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: Jørn Braa jornbraa@gmail.com
To: emmanuel owusu-ansah eowusuansah@hotmail.com

Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu <anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org >; THELMA J. JAKALIA tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah <george.amofah@ghsmail.org >; Dr. Afisah Zakariah afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com

Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced
ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health. One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories: Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms. Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office: +216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile: +216 21 79 82 07 | Fax: +216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail: l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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Congratulations!

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HISP
Department of Informatics

University of Oslo

Mobile: +47 48069736
Home address: Eftasåsen 68, 0687 Oslo, Norway. Googlemaps link

On 23 August 2013 10:27, denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com wrote:

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,


Centre for Health Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: Jørn Braa jornbraa@gmail.com
To: emmanuel owusu-ansah eowusuansah@hotmail.com

Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu <anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org >; THELMA J. JAKALIA tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah <george.amofah@ghsmail.org >; Dr. Afisah Zakariah afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com

Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced
ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health. One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories: Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms. Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office: +216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile: +216 21 79 82 07 | Fax: +216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail: l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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Congratulations to all in the GHS especially my colleagues HIOs who ensure there is always timely data for decision making and all the Hqters. Team. Bravo to us all. So proud to be part of this achievement.

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On Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 11:06 AM, Ola Hodne Titlestad olati@ifi.uio.no wrote:

Congratulations!

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HISP
Department of Informatics

University of Oslo

Mobile: +47 48069736
Home address: Eftasåsen 68, 0687 Oslo, Norway. Googlemaps link

On 23 August 2013 10:27, denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com wrote:

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,


Centre for Health Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: Jørn Braa jornbraa@gmail.com
To: emmanuel owusu-ansah eowusuansah@hotmail.com

Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu <anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org >; THELMA J. JAKALIA tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah <george.amofah@ghsmail.org >; Dr. Afisah Zakariah afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com

Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced
ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health. One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories: Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms. Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office: +216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile: +216 21 79 82 07 | Fax: +216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail: l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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Big Congrats!

John Ojo MD, FMCPH

Accra, Ghana.

Mobile: +233 234691626

Skype: Johnojo
Email:
jnojo@yahoo.com

···

From: denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com
To: "dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net" dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net
Cc: Anthony Ofosu anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org; "frank.nyonator@ghsmail.org" frank.nyonator@ghsmail.org
Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 9:27 AM
Subject: [Dhis2-users] Fw: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,

Centre for Health
Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

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Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org; THELMA J. JAKALIA
tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah george.amofah@ghsmail.org; Dr. Afisah Zakariah
afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com
Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced

ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health.
One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description
and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons
learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality
of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories:
Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in
Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community
health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates
will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms.
Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office:
+216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile:
+216 21 79 82 07 | Fax:
+216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail:
l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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On 23 August 2013 11:40, John Ojo jnojo@yahoo.com wrote:

Big Congrats!

John Ojo MD, FMCPH

Accra, Ghana.

Mobile: +233 234691626

Skype: Johnojo

Email:
jnojo@yahoo.com


From: denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com
To: "dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net" dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Cc: Anthony Ofosu anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org; "frank.nyonator@ghsmail.org" frank.nyonator@ghsmail.org

Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 9:27 AM
Subject: [Dhis2-users] Fw: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,


Centre for Health Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Jørn Braa jornbraa@gmail.com
To: emmanuel owusu-ansah eowusuansah@hotmail.com

Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu <anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org >; THELMA J. JAKALIA tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah <george.amofah@ghsmail.org >; Dr. Afisah Zakariah afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com

Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced
ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health. One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories: Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms. Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office: +216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile: +216 21 79 82 07 | Fax: +216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail: l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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Weldone people. Congratulations!

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On Aug 23, 2013 10:27 AM, “denis adaletey” dadaletey@yahoo.com wrote:

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,


Centre for Health Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: Jørn Braa jornbraa@gmail.com
To: emmanuel owusu-ansah eowusuansah@hotmail.com

Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu <anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org >; THELMA J. JAKALIA tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah <george.amofah@ghsmail.org >; Dr. Afisah Zakariah afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com

Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced
ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health. One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories: Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms. Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office: +216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile: +216 21 79 82 07 | Fax: +216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail: l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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Well done …

GO , Ghana, Go …

Warmest congratulations

Arthur

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On 23 August 2013 10:27, denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com wrote:

Hi Folks,

This is Ghana’s second achievment since the implementation of dhis2 in less than 2 years! Lets all celebrate Ghana’s success!

Regards,

Denis Leonard Adaletey,


Centre for Health Information Management,
Ministry of Health,Ghana Health Service,
P. O. Box GP 2848,
Ghana.
Tel-Office:+233-302-668152

Fax:+233-302-667969

Email:dadaletey@yahoo.com; denis.adaletey@ghsmail.org

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: Jørn Braa jornbraa@gmail.com
To: emmanuel owusu-ansah eowusuansah@hotmail.com

Cc: Atuahene S. Kyeremeh katuahene@ghanaids.gov.gh; Anthony Ofosu <anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org >; THELMA J. JAKALIA tellmaaa@yahoo.co.uk; Andrew P. Quao aquao@path.org; Dr. K. O. Antwi-Agyei kodeiantwiagyei@gmail.com; Daniel Degbotse ofoedegbotse@hotmail.com; Silas Quaye wej7@cdc.gov; Dr. Maureen M Martey swiitie@yahoo.com; Phyllis Antwi phyllisantwi25@yahoo.com; Amy Tsui atsui@jhsph.edu; TOME CA tca@wahooas.org; Isaac Adams isaac.adams@moh-ghana.org; James F. Phillips jfp2113@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Bernard Nkrumah vyu4@cdc.gov; EMMA OFORI emmaoforiagyemang@gmail.com; Dr. Frank A. Bonsu fabonsu@gmail.com; Mr. Selassi - gh D’Almeida dalmeidas@gh.afro.who.int; Ayaga Bawah aab2161@mail.cumc.columbia.edu; Andrew Deyi Saibu asaibu@rti.org; Andreas Bjerrum andreas.bjerrum@moh.gov.gh; Rahilu Haruna senrahi@yahoo.com; gilbertbuckle@yahoo.com; Dr.George Amofah <george.amofah@ghsmail.org >; Dr. Afisah Zakariah afiyakzak@yahoo.com; Ola Hodne Titlestad olatitle@gmail.com; Olav Poppe olav.poppe@me.com; Bob Jolliffe bobjolliffe@gmail.com; Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com; denis adaletey dadaletey@yahoo.com

Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:32 AM
Subject: Re: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Very good! !! Congratulations! ! Jørn

On 23/08/2013 12:16 AM, “emmanuel owusu-ansah” eowusuansah@hotmail.com wrote:

Prof Anthony,

Congratulation on your achievement. It’s a great joy to us all

Emmanuel

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 22, 2013, at 11:17 AM, “Anthony OfosuBox” anthony.ofosu@ghsmail.org wrote:

This is to share with you the recognition of our achievement in improving data management in Ghana through eHealth. Please kindly share this with our various partners. We thank all of you for your support in making this happen

Sent from my iPad

Begin forwarded message:

From: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG

Date: June 5, 2013, 8:30:15 AM GMT
To: “LANNES, LAURENCE” L.LANNES@AFDB.ORG
Subject: Results of eHealth Award - 10 winners

Dear Participant in the African Development Bank eHealth award,

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has selected and announced
ten winners
of its eHealth competition after receiving more than one hundred proposals from innovators across Africa.

The first AfDB eHealth award recognizes the current work being done in e- and m-health in Africa. It aims to encourage the production and sharing of knowledge on eHealth solutions and provide added value through the sharing of lessons learnt in e- and m-health. One hundred and sixteen high-quality proposals were received and reviewed by an expert panel. A total of 40 short-listed projects were asked to submit a full proposal.

The list of winners for the first AfDB eHealth award was selected by a technical committee composed of international experts from African countries and international organizations. The proposals were evaluated according to criteria that included: a clear description and analysis of the most important health challenge addressed by the project; a description of proposed eHealth solution and how it alleviates the challenge or mitigates its effects; a description of innovative aspects of the proposed solution; useful lessons learned and recommendations; implementation arrangements; budgetary estimates; key strengths of the institution and partners leveraged to achieve project goal and objectives; estimated impact of roll-out of proposed solution throughout the country; quality of information and data provided; and letters of recommendation.

The technical committee reviewed and rated the proposals and ten winners have been identified against the above mentioned criteria. To reflect the variety of proposals received and health challenges addressed, proposals were organized into four categories: Access to health information; Empowering the health workforce; Health education for the public and Delivering health services.

Category

Winner

Name of the proposal

**Access to health information **


Ghana Health Service

District Health Information Management System 2 (DHIMS 2)


World Health Organization and Ministry of Public Health of Cameroon

The application of Information Technology and Communication to improve early detection and rapid response to epidemics in Cameroon.


UNICEF and Ministry of Health of Uganda

mTrac: Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation Of Disease Surveillance, ACT Drug Stock And Health Service Delivery

Empowering the health workforce


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

Upgrading nurses in Kenya using eLearning


Ghana Health Service

Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH)


Geneva University Hospitals and Bamako University

RAFT, an African-wide telemedicine and distance education network

Health education for the public


World Health Organization, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Gambia

WHO Health Academy Project: using ICT to promote

health in schools

Delivering Health Services


Ministry of Health and

Sanitation of Sierra Leone, Centre for Global Health Trinity College Dublin and World Vision

Supporting and strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones: the impact on community health worker programs


GIZ and Ministry of Health of Kenya

Mobile inventory management system (MIMS):Improving Family Planning Commodity Security through ICT


FHI360

Mobile for Reproductive Health (m4RH)

Winners will be invited to present their innovation during a business event organized by the AfDB on September 23 24, 2013 in Tunisia. An award ceremony will be organized to recognize the contribution of winning projects to development in Africa. Certificates will be awarded and several opportunities will be given to innovators to share their experiences.

Best regards,

Laurence Lannes

<image002.jpg>** Ms. Laurence Lannes ** | Principal Health Economist, Human Development Department (OSHD.3)

African Development Bank Group

ATR Building, Room 610. B.P. 323 - 1002 Tunis, Belvedere, Tunisia

Office: +216 71 10 19 26 | Mobile: +216 21 79 82 07 | Fax: +216 71 33 30 25

E-Mail: l.lannes@afdb.org | Skype: laurence.lannes

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