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Monday, June 20 • 15:00 - 15:45
DHIS2 for Education (Part 3) (🌐 ENG- FR)

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SDG 4 on Quality Education calls for inclusive and equitable education that promotes lifelong learning opportunities for all. This can't be achieved without the use of quality data to guide decisions that can lead to the improvement of both equitable access to education as well as being able to track improvements in learning outcomes.

DHIS2 for Education extends the DHIS2 software platform from the health sector to education, for the collection, analysis, visualisation and use of individual and aggregate data from institutions of learning. It takes advantage of decades of experience with national-level Health Management Information Systems (HMIS), offering a stable, scalable and customisable Education Management Information System (EMIS) solution; a solution backed by international donor organisations as a public good.

Join us to discover how the DHIS2 community is part of a new shift, changing the landscape of improved data for improved decision-making for education stakeholders across the globe.

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Alfredo Muchanga

Lead Software Developer, Saudigitus (HISP Mozambique)
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Jerry Aziawa

Director of implementations, HISP West And Central Africa
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Seedy Ahmed Jallow

Asst. System Analyst, Ministry of Education, The Gambia
Implementation Team Lead of the DHIS2 for Education project in the Gambia. Also a PhD candidate at the University of Oslo, Department of Informatics researchering the Gambia ministry of Education's planned shift of its EMIS to an individual-level data system.
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Sophia Kousiakis

EMIS Project Manager, University of Oslo
Moving from the development to humanitarian sector, for the past 9 years I’ve been working in the field of education and youth skills development and livelihoods in humanitarian settings, with a focus on project management, programme development, monitoring and evaluation as well... Read More →

Monday June 20, 2022 15:00 - 15:45 CEST
Auditorium 4 - Vilhelm Bjerknes’ hus