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Tuesday, June 22 • 15:00 - 16:00
Innovative architecture to support COVID-19 response & vaccine delivery

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The Covd-19 pandemic has stretched health systems to their limits, first with testing and surveillance, and now with vaccination programs. DHIS2 is in use in 40+ countries to support various aspects of the pandemic response. In this session, we will discuss successful ways to ensure that the a country's DHIS2 architecture can harmonize across different work streams and requirements, as well as lessons learned from various countries for scale and performance.

The discussion thread for this session is available on the DHIS2 Community of Practice here.


Rajabu Mkomwa

HISP Tanzania
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Mike Frost

Tracker, University of Oslo
I am a senior advisor at the University of Oslo, working as the product manager for Tracker. My key interest is the collection and use of individual data, as close as possible to the point where these data are generated. I believe this is vital for achieving the SDGs and key health... Read More →
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Markus Bekken

Technical Product Manager - DHIS2 Tracker, University of Oslo/DevOtta
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Kamugunga Adolphe

Coordinator, HISP Rwanda
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Wilfred Senyoni

DHIS2 Implementer & Advisor, HISP Tanzania
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Maurice Jules Mulisa

Software Developer, HISP Rwanda

Tuesday June 22, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 CEST
Annual Conference Virtual Room 2