We are equally excited to have you here! Welcome to the community.
My name is Arthur Heywood … been involved with DHIS since its start in 1994 in South Africa.
My major interest is in the USE of data once it has been taken out of the computer … making sure it is of sufficient quality to make decisions with, converting raw data to indicators that health workers can understand and convert into meaningful information produces to distribute to program managers to analyse, interpret and discuss
I look forward to working with you all on using information for ACTION!!
My name is Zoely from Madagascar Ministry of Health. We have rolled out DHIS2 since 2017 level nationwide.
A pleasure to join the DHIS2 community
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Am Simon and am excited to join DHIS community. Being an open source program is one indicator that all positive contributions are encouraged and recognized.
Am new now but I will get old here.
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Am in the same lane of navigation hoping to learn and integrate
I am Arsénio Xavier, from Mozambique, I started to get involved with DHIS in its version 1 in year 2000, at that time working for Ministry of Health. Currently I am working for a national NGO implementing HIV prevention program and we are introducing DHIS2 as a data management platform starting with aggregated data and moving then to tracker. Last week I was in Guiné-Bissau participating in DHIS2 academy for data analysis. It was an exciting experience.
Hi Community !!!
This is Hasanuzzaman from Bangladesh and working in WHO. I have been working on DHIS2 platform from 2018 and have completed Academy Level -1 on Design and customization and Tracker. Now, I am working on IVD-Disease Surveillance part…
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I am Diwash, from Nepal and working in an NGO (not for profit). I am working in DHIS2 platform since 2016 as government of Nepal started using DHIS2 as national reporting tool (health management information system). I have completed DHIS2 level 1 academy; WHO app and information use academy at Shilma, India in June 2018. Our organization uses openmrs based integrated electronic health record (EHR) and we successfully integrated our system (EHR) with government reporting platform (DHIS2). Also, we have customized DHIS2 for our internal use and have been working on integration of DHIS2 platform developed by epidemiology and disease control division, Nepal.
Welcome to the community, we are glad to have you here! Which programs are you implementing with the Ministry of Health in your Bangladesh?
Namaste! Welcome to the community, we are glad to have you here!
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We would love to hear more about the customization and the impact it has had on your work.
Let’s keep engaging!
nice to meet u
Dear Vikwato, i am Mr Musa Suso i am working for Ministry of Health in the Gambia and i am directly involve in the implementation of DHIS2 SINCE 2009 IN GAMBIA
Hi Musa. It’s good to meet you. I am in Zambia working with CIDRZ and have an implementation from February 2018.
Hi DHIS2 Community,
I am Emmanuel from Zambia. Currently based in South Africa. I am excited to join this community and eager to learn more about DHIS2.
Previously, I worked on Capacity Development, Advocacy & Gender mainstreaming, Monitoring & Evaluation, mHealth, PMTCT, Malaria Surveillance, Capacity Building and End User Training projects with various Non-Profit Organizations as well as SMEs.
You can connect with me via; Profile
The following are my hobbies; music, cooking and wine tasting.
Welcome to the DHIS2 Community!
We hope you will get to share your skills and expertise here as we earn from your previous assignments
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I am based in Zambia. I am currently working as Head M&E at the Zambia National Public Health Institute (ZNPHI), a Statutory Board under the Ministry of Health mandated to Manage Public Health Security. I have worked with the DHIS2 since 2014. Before moving to ZNPHI I worked as Senior M&E Officer at MoH Headquarters, Zambia. The Ministry of Health in Zambia has adopted the DHIS2 as tool for data collection and management. Recently as ZNPHI we also adopted the DHIS2 as tool for data collection and management
I have worked several on DHIS2 Projects. The recent project which I participated in and i am currently heading is the development of the Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (e-IDSR) System using the DHIS2. Using the DHIS2 we have developed data-set and tracker based tools. Currently we have rolled out to all the Districts in 9/10 Provinces in Zambia.
The other projector i participated in whilst at MoH HQ was the development of the Community Health Management Information System (C-HMIS), Hospital HMIS (Event Capture), Health Center HMIS using the DHIS2.
At personal level in my capacity as a Pastor and Founder of a Church in Zambia called House of Praise Church to All Nations (HOPCaN), I have developed a Church Information Management System using the DHIS2.
I am looking forward to learn more from everyone on this platform
I am Nada Ghosn, medical surveillance officer at the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health (esumoh).
Working with DHIS2 started in 2014, but expansion started in 2017. DHIS2 is being used for communicable diseases surveillance. Yet, all aggregated-based forms are set with DHIS2 with data entry at source (>2000 users from hospitals, laboratories, medical centers and schools). Currently, case-based forms are in transition from paper to online reporting. First attempt was using event program. But we need to move to tracker program to allow various users to access and edit data using various specific profiles. Hope that the transition will be successful NG