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Monday, June 17 • 13:00 - 14:25
Tracker for HIV: Country stories

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Tracker can be a powerful tool to support HIV programs, with an emphasis on individual and case-based data. In this session, presenters will discuss Tracker HIV implementations in Sierra Leone, Zambia, Uganda and Ghana, sharing challenges, best practices and lessons learned.

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Dominic ATWEAM Kwabena

Health Information Systems Analyst & Head DHIS2 Implementation, Ghana Health Service - Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Division
Dominic Kwabena Atweam has over 17 years’ experience in Health Information Systems and e-Health implementation. I work with the Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Division of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) as Innovation and Technology lead for the implementation of the GHS... Read More →

Geegee Kwame Adu

Health Informatician, Ghana Health Service
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Markus Bekken

Tracker team lead, DevOtta / UiO
I am leading the Tracker development in the DHIS2 Core Team. I am always eager to talk to you about requirements, development, new features, plans for the future, use cases and your experience with tracker.
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Vikwato Kamanga

Strategic Information Officer, Center for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia
Software Engineer with experience in implementation of DHIS2 systems in Zambia and reporting national HIV data.

Charles Olupot

Software Engineer, HISP Uganda

Monday June 17, 2019 13:00 - 14:25
Logo Ole-Johan Dahls hus - Room Logo (2438)

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