COBIT Foundation Training

At the last AeHIN General Meeting in Manila on 23-24 September 2013, more than 60 participants from 16 countries expressed interest in a structured methodology for formalizing the national eHealth strategy into a set of action lines. Experts were invited and several confirmed the relevance of a blueprint in guiding the countries into their national eHealth development which can clarify the important components required for an effective and responsive eHealth system.

On May 2014, AeHIN is sponsored officials from ministries of health, academe, and NGOs for a training on IT Governance using the Control Objectives for Information and related Technologies (or COBIT). 

COBIT 5 is the only certification program on IT governance intended to help organizations structure their functions towards reaping maximum benefits from their IT investments. After the course, senior executives will know how to clearly govern over all IT assets and link them to the corporate bottomlines. COBIT assists agencies embed their corporate DNA into their IT systems thus creating value for all stakeholders.


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

Bangladesh Cambodia India
  1. Abu Md Akteruzzaman Bhuiyan

  1. Buth Saben
  2. Sek Sokna
  3. Mean Reatanak Sambath
  1. A.U. Jai Ganesh

Indonesia Malaysia Mongolia
  1. Anis Fuad
  2. Siswandi
  1. Dirayana Kamarudin
  2. Fazilah binti Shaik Allaudin
  1. Khurelbaatar Khadbaatar

Pakistan Sri Lanka
  1. Blesilda Gutierrez
  2. Celerino Cabrera
  3. Genlinus  Yusi
  4. Gerardo Manzo
  5. Roxanne Llamzon
  6. Jovita Aragona
  7. Reynaldo Joseph Callao
  8. Marie Carmella Lapitan
  9. Concepcion Liberan Santos
  10. Emmylou Narido Magbanua
  11. Emily Frances Lourdes Razal
  12. Ronald Allan Pablo
  13. Teodoro Herbosa

  1. Haroon Khan
  1. Kosala Randeniya
  2. Wasanthi Dharmadasa

Viet Nam
  1. Boonchai Kijsanayotin
  2. Choosna Makarasara
  3. Polawat Witoolkollachit

  1.  Nguyen Trung Kien

COBIT Scholars

Dr Fazilah Shaik Allaudin

     Dr Fazilah is presently the Deputy Director of Telehealth Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia since September 2011. She has been in the service with MOH for over 15 years. A significant portion of her career has been involved in the planning and implementation of enterprise wide Total Hospital Information System (T HIS) in MOH hospitals. She has been extensively involved in business process reengineering activities and Health Informatics Standards. 

     In September 2009, she was appointed the Deputy Director of Selayang Hospital, a pioneer 960-bed hospital in Malaysia utilising T HIS. In this role, she managed all clinical, management and operational aspects of the hospital. In October 2010, she was appointed as Chair of ICT Technical Working Group of the national health system transformation agenda. In this capacity, she is responsible for the development of the ICT blueprint for health system reform in Malaysia. She represents the MOH to the National Economic Transformation Programme since January 2011. Her knowledge and experience as a medical doctor, health care administrator and her deep association with healthcare ICT, enables her to provide valuable insights into aligning technology provisions with the practice of medicine. Dr Fazilah holds an MD (Doctor of Medicine) from UKM and a MBA from the University of Toledo, Ohio, USA.