Congratulations to Kristin Braa & Jørn Braa on being awarded the 2020 Roux Prize for turning evidence into health impact! This sibling duo developed DHIS2, the largest health information system as a global public good used in 73 countries. Being one of the biggest awards of its kind, the Roux Prize confers US$100,000 for turning health data into health impact. I am very proud to announce that one of RHINO’s board members, Jørn Braa, together with his sister Kristin Braa, both professors at the University of Oslo, received the 2020 Roux Prize for their work in developing and disseminating DHIS2, the tool that has revolutionized health information systems worldwide.
Congratulations to Professors Kristin Braa and Jørn Braa! Please view the feature video here,
and more information about the Roux Prize can be viewed here.