New Journal Article: From Paper Maps to Digital Maps: Enhancing routine immunisation microplanning in Northern Nigeria

From Paper Maps to Digital Maps: enhancing routine immunisation microplanning in Northern Nigeria Authors: Leanne Dougherty, JSI; Masduq Abdulkarim, JSI; Fiyidi Mikailu, JSI; Usman Tijani, JSI; Kazeem Owolabi, Geographic Information System and Data Analytics Division, eHealth Africa, Kano, Nigeria; Kate Gilroy, JSI; Ahmed Naiya, JSI; Adamu Abdullahi, Disease Control and Surveillance Unit, State Primary Health Care Development […]

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Health Management Information Systems Chapter Now Available

  The Palgrave Handbook of Global Health Data Methods for Policy and Practice is now available for purchase. The handbook intended for a wide audience from global health student to practitioner to policymaker and compiles methods for gathering, organizing and disseminating data to inform policy and manage health systems worldwide. Chapter 9 of the book […]

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Your input is needed for the WHO Draft Global Strategy on Digital Health

Dear RHINO colleagues, Many of you may have seen that the World Health Organization has invited the global health community to participate in a virtual public consultation on the WHO Draft Global Strategy on Digital Health. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to seminal global guidance. The draft Strategy and the online consultation are […]

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Follow up – Achieving UHC: The Role of RHIS Forum Slides and Webinar

Thank you to all who joined the RHINO Forum on Tuesday, January 15! We hope you enjoyed the presentation and we appreciated the following discussion and participants’ insights. Below, are links to the presentation slides and webinar recording. The video link can be found in slides, part II. Slides Part I Slides Part II Webinar Recording   If you would like to […]

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Open Position: Senior Health Systems Advisor

CAMRIS International is an international development and research firm that realizes innovative solutions to health and development challenges through high-quality, cost-effective program and research management services. With experience working in more than 80 countries, we combine our proven systems with today’s most effective, evidence-based best practices to improve the lives of people around the world. […]

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$48 Million to Build Capacity to Use Routine Data to Improve Health Programs

Repost from the MEASURE Evaluation listserv. UNC Awarded $48 Million D4I Project to Support Data Use and Evidence Building in Global Health CHAPEL HILL, NC—A new $48 million award, Data for Impact (D4I), begins this month. Its goal is to help low-resource countries gather and use information to strengthen their health policies and programs and improve […]

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How do we better use information for financial management decisions

Re-post from HFG Project e-mail listserv. September 25, 2018 Understanding health expenditure data to support health programs Heather Cogswell moderates a discussion between Simon Nassa, Dr. Lydia Dsane-Selby, and Karishmah Bhuwanee on their experiences in using health spending information to inform healthcare policy decision-making. Watch Now. HFG presents a new guide on how to choose the best tool for tracking […]

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