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Wednesday, June 19 • 15:30 - 16:30
Immunization data in DHIS2 (part 2)

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Part 2 of a session that presents the Tracker configuration for routine immunization, which will be published as a part of the WHO Health packages. It has been developed with the support of GAVI, WHO,  PAHO and other partners, and represents the latest tools and features available in Tracker, including decision support; the creation of an immunization card; a link to the vaccine supply chain; managing the adverse event workflow; and a process for connecting birth details to CRVS systems.


Gitika Arora

Senior Project Coordinator, HISP India
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Andrew Muhire

Head of HMIS, HISP Rwanda
Mr. Andrew MUHIRE is the current M&E, HMIS & Report Lead specialist in Rwanda’s Ministry of Health with 7 years experience in management of HMIS. He has worked as Head of Health Management Information System for the Ministry of Health since 2013 and also as HMIS technical specialist... Read More →
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Prosper Behumbiize

DHIS2 Implementation Advisor, HISP Uganda
Prosper Behumbiize is a Public Health Information Systems Specialist with the Global Health Information Systems Programs (HISP) coordinated by University of Oslo, Department of Informatics. He is an expert in planning and implementation Health Information Systems in Developing Countries... Read More →

John Lewis

Senior DHIS2 Expert, HISP Vietnam
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Bob Pond

Independent consultant, Independent consultant
I consult for UiO as well as for the WHO. My focus has been on data quality review (facilitating a series of DHIS2 DQ Academies) and use of DHIS2 to visualize aggregate health facility data. This has included support for development and adaptation of WHO Standard Dashboards. Ask... Read More →
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Olav Poppe

PhD Fellow, UIO
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Madhava Ram Balakrishnan

Medical Officer, Global Vaccine Safety, World Health Organization
I work for vaccine safety in the WHO. I assist National Immunization Programs and Health Authorities craft successful surveillance systems tailor-made to local requirements focusing on cohesive strategies, promoting harmonised work and ensuring smooth functioning. I assist countries... Read More →

Wednesday June 19, 2019 15:30 - 16:30
C Ole-Johan Dahls hus - Room C (3437)

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