Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF

18 AeHIN members were supported to undergo the Certified Training on The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) Parts 1 and 2 to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 25 to 28 March 2014. 

With a clear IT governance framework, one very important activity that an organization will need is an enterprise architecture methodology. Enterprise architecture is the blueprint which will guide the different stakeholders on how to implement the core business of the organization.

Click on the names of each scholar below to view the profile.




Bangladesh Indonesia Malaysia
  1. Fatema Uddin
  2. Muhammad Abdul Hannan Khan
  3. Mohammad Ullah
  1. Maryani Setyowati
  2. Boga Hardhana
  1. Nurhizam Safie Bin Mohd Satar
  2. Dirayana Kamarudin



Pakistan Philippines Sri Lanka
  1. Dodo Khan
  1. Jovita Aragona
  2. Dr. Clementine Bautista 
  1. Manjula Dharmawardhana
  2. Subodha Manoj




Thailand

  1. Dr. Prapat Suriyaphol
  2. Dr. Nawanan Theera-Ampornpunt 

TOGAF Scholars


Mohammad Ullah

     I am an IT graduate. I am working as a Technical Advisor - Health Information system in Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Z usammenarbeit (GIZ ) GmbH, Dhaka, Bangladesh. I am providing technical support to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in Bangladesh since 2010 regarding DHIS2 and OpenMRS. I have a strong role on strengthening Health Information System for MoHFW. I am working on developing routine health data collection tools, providing T OT and training on data collection, reporting of different levels of employees under DGHS, DGFP, IcDDRb, Urban, City corporation on Health Information System (HIS) and eHealth. I am also involved with planning and organizing various workshops, consultation, and dissemination meeting. I have completed BSc from London Metropolitan University and Masters from United International University in Computer Science & Engineering.