Webinar on COVID Vaccine Delivery Toolkit - 28 January, 2pm (Oslo)

Join the DHIS2 team for an online demo and discussion on new releases for the COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Toolkit, including:

  • WHO metadata & dashboard packages for monitoring vaccine delivery
  • Electronic Immunization Registry for COVID-19
  • Vaccine stock management
  • Adverse events/vaccine safety monitoring
  • Digital vaccine certificates & local innovations
  • Implementation planning & integration with existing systems

The webinar will be held on Thursday, 28 January at 2pm Oslo time (UTC+1). To attend, register here.

For more details about the DHIS2 COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Toolkit, visit our website: https://www.dhis2.org/covid-vaccine-delivery

Discussion and Q&A for this webinar will be held here on the Community of Practice. If you have questions for the DHIS2 team about the vaccine delivery toolkit, please post them in this thread.

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Thank you Mark for the news. I have registered for the session.


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Dear Max,
This session will be great. Just registered susccesfully.
Best regards.


Dear Max,
Have registered successful and I also received a confirmation mail.


Just completed my registration, am happy to be part of this discussion.


Looking forward to the meeting!..thank you

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What are the validations/rules to avoid duplicate entry

Thank you Mike for the nice presentation.
It looks like there is only the Tracker data model used in the COVID Vaccine Delivery toolkit. I do not know if there can be laptops and android devices in the vaccine distribution facilities in Afghanistan to use the Tracker system. Is there an aggregate data model present for the vaccine delivery?

Is there a training package about the COVID vaccine delivery toolkit for end-users which can be used to train the health facility workers responsible for administration of the vaccines and data capture?

Anne! please share the sheet about the foreseen costs

@smichael , a person in Tracker is defined by a series of attributes (such as first name, last name, national ID, date of birth, etc.) The program managers in the country can decide which of these fields are “searchable,” as well as how many of them need to be filled out in order to conduct a search. This search is run in the background, whether intentionally searching or trying to register a new person, and will present the user with a list of possible matches

Yes, packages include both Aggregate and event based approaches for reporting all vaccine data. It is also possible to capture data on paper at the lower levels, and digitize them higher up, depending on the strategy of the country.

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The recording from the this webinar is now available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/kj1ZtHtPKz0

We don’t yet have a training toolkit, but we will work on some materials and share via the Community of Practice. As an example, you can find the COVID surveillance training material here:Covid Training Material | DHIS2

Generally we have found that countries need to adapt the end user training materials to their specific configuration, use case and language requirements so we aim to provide templates to facilitate this.