NMCC, Akros recognized by DHIS2 creators
By Akros Media on February 6, 2014 in Health Data Systems, Malaria, News
The creators of the DHIS2 platform have recognized Zambia’s National Malaria Control Center and Akros for their implementation of the DHIS2 mobile reporting system at the community level.
One long standing and successful deployment has been driven by a Malaria program run by the National Malaria Control Center in Zambia. The system is used for mobile reporting from health workers at health clinics and voluntary community health workers in the villages, with each of the two user groups reporting on key data that is relevant for their tasks and responsibilities. The project uses the DHIS Mobile Java clients for aggregate reporting, connected to a national DHIS2 instance that is also available for other projects and programs to share. The project supplies low cost mobile phones and prepaid SIM cards for health workers to report with, and the client uses mobile data (GPRS) to send information to the DHIS2 server.
The full article on the DHIS2 web site can be found here.
Akros also offers introductory and advanced training courses on the DHIS2 platform. To learn more, visit dhis2training.com.