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Monday, June 20 • 16:30 - 19:00
Use-case Bazaar (VB lobby area)

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We are delighted to announce that our use-case bazaar session during the 2022 Annual Conference will be hosted on Monday 20 June at the University of Oslo. We will be showcasing the incredible work around various DHIS2 implementations from different Organisations in Asia, Africa and Europe.

Summaries of the presentations are available on the Community of Practice.

Select your presentations in advance.
Please select the presentations you are interested in. A map of the use-case Bazaar is available here. We advise that you plan for a maximum of 15 presentations. Each presenter will have a 10min.time slot to present their implementations. After 10min., you will be invited to go to the next presentation of your choice.

List of presenters

1. HISP Sri Lanka – eBridge: Learning Management System for health staff
2. Eyeseetea - Central Planning and Reporting - Collecting, monitoring and reporting project activity.
3. Simprints & GHS - Biometrics for healthcare delivery in Ghana.
4. UDSM – Strengthening eIDSR through active case surveillance in Tanzania.
5. WHO, EyeSeeTea SL - xMART2DHIS: A DHIS2 interoperability experience.
6. Institute of Human Virology - Building an interactive Analytics and Viz for COVID-19 AEFI surveillance in Nigeria.
7. Ethiopia MoH - DHIS2 for COVID-19 case-based surveillance , vaccination and PCR Machine integration.
8. FHI360 - Benefits and challenges of using DHIS2 tracker data for optimizing HIV Testing prioritization in Lesotho.
9. UNCEF Data must speak.
10. Ethiopia MoH - Expanded Immunization and surveillance Program - DHIS2 as a data warehouse.
11. Bao Systems - DHIS2 to enable Smart Facilities
12. Castellum Digital Indonesia & HISP Indonesia – eSismal: Advanced National of Malaria Reporting System.
13. PSI Mali - Digitalization of COVID-19 Immunization data.
14. HISP Tanzania - Integrated Information System for HIV Infections and Vulnerability in Lesotho
15. Somalia MoH- Adding eLMIS to DHIS2 – the steppingstones.
16. Somalia MoH – Success story: Updating the HMIS/DHIS2 FOR COVID.
17. IT Nordics - Frism Biometric Referral app.
18. Castellum Digital Indonesia & HISP Indonesia: Enhancing the National Health Information System.
19. Saudigitus - Agriculture and climate information system for Mozambique.
20. HISP Malawi – National Agriculture management Information System
21. UiO LMIS Team - Last Mile, First! Transaction based stock and temperature monitoring tools
22. PT. Sisfomedika- DHIS2 implementation as one health data at district health office: Case study at Kulon Progo District, Indonesia.

The use-case bazaar will not be available for online transmission nor French interpretation.

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Scott Russpatrick

Analytics product manager, University of Oslo
Tell me what you like and don't like about DHIS2 analytics!
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Ola Hodne Titlestad

DHIS2 Implementation Coordinator, University of Oslo
Ola has been working with DHIS2 at UiO since the beginning in 2004 and is currently the head of DHIS2 Implementation group at UiO. Ola is also on the HISP UiO management team and managing projects with core partners. Ola’s background is information systems development and he has... Read More →
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Marta Vila

DHIS2 Android Product Manager, University of Oslo

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Steffen Tengesdal

CEO and co-founder, BAO Systems
Steffen Tengesdal is one of the founders of BAO Systems, which works with many of the largest NGOs and international agencies on DHIS 2 deployments, hosting, development, support, and training.
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Rangarirai Matavire

My interests are Android, Standards, Security, Research and Innovation
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Norah Stoops

norah@hisp.org, HISP SA
Passionate about routine health information systems in low resource settings. Eager to make the data from DHIS talk to managers. I also beat the drum for uniform standardised naming conventions by WHO/DHIS that are logical and consistent
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Ignacio Foche Pérez

Director, EyeSeeTea
Based in Combloux (France), Ignacio is dedicated full time to the London-based EyeSeeTea Ltd company where he is co-founder director, developer and leader of the Android team. As part of his responsibilities, Ignacio leads the development of DHIS 2 Android Apps for organizations like... Read More →
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Adrian Quintana Perez

Project Manager, EyeSeeTea
Adrian Quintana Perez is co-founder and director of the web department at EyeSeeTea. He leads a web development team which develops DHIS 2 Web applications and contributes to the DHIS 2 core platform for NRC, PSI, MSF, and JHPIEGO. Adrian is involved in designing and implementing... Read More →
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Zeferino Saugene

DHIS2 Expert, Saudigitus
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Seid Hussein

HISP Ethiopia
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Wilfred Senyoni

DHIS2 Implementer & Advisor, HISP Tanzania

Achala Jayathilake

Implementer, World Health Organization
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Kayla Stankevitz

Technical Advisor - Health Informatics, FHI 360
Kayla Stankevitz is a Technical Advisor in Health Informatics and Data Science on the EpiC project at FHI 360, a global HIV and COVID-19 project operating in 65 countries. She leads the Health Informatics cluster, where she provides technical assistance in health information systems... Read More →
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Breno Horsth

LMIS Technical Lead, DHIS2/UiO
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George McGuire

eLMIS Technical Advisor, HISP Centre University of Oslo

Popy Meilani

DHIS2 Implementor, HISP Indonesia
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Bernard Mussa

DHIS2 Implementer, University of Dar es Salaam
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Noguebzanga Jean Luc YAMEOGO

Education Specialist, UNICEF
I am Education Specialist at UNICEF Headquarters, New York. I have 15 years’ experience in Statistics, Education Sector Planning and development. I joined UNICEF in 2016 as Education Specialist/Monitoring and Evaluation in West and Central Africa Regional office. Prior to joining... Read More →

Monday June 20, 2022 16:30 - 19:00 CEST
Vilhelm Bjerknes’ hus Lobby