11 AeHIN members were supported to the DHIS 2 Academy Asia 2014 in Vung Tau Viet Nam. This effort aims to expose members to DHIS 2 Set-up at the level of operation and maintenance. Members who joined the academy are creating a draft re-entry action plan to engage their country on DHIS 2.
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Mohammad Elias Hossain
Ahmad Syukiri Jamaludin
Ismat Binti Sulaiman
Dhruba Raj Ghimire
Nav Raj Bhatta
Rene James Balandra
John Francis Faustorilla, Jr.
DHIS 2 Academy Asia 2014 are for DHIS 2 implementers in their countries. Organized by the HISP Viet Nam and University of Oslo, this is held at Seaside Resort, Vung Tau, Vung Tau, Viet Nam on 17-27 February 2014.
Experienced DHIS 2 experts from all over the globe will share the latest features and customization approaches helping DHIS 2 to be a success in your country and/across organizations. Emphasis on sharing experiences and solutions for cross country collaboration will be a highlight, encouraging both trainers and participants to sit together and work on local implementations.
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Find more information visit http://www.dhis2.org/academy
DHIS 2 is a tool for collection, validation, analysis, and presentation of aggregate statistical data, tailored (but not limited) to integrated health information management activities. It is a generic tool rather than a pre-configured database application, with an open meta-data model and a flexible user interface that allows the user to design the contents of a specific information system without the need for programming. DHIS2 and upwards is a modular web-based software package built with free and open source Java frameworks.
DHIS2 is open source software released under the BSD license and can be used at no cost. It runs on any platform with a Java Runtime Environment (JRE 6 or higher) installed.
DHIS 2 is developed by the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP) as an open and globally distributed process with developers currently in India, Vietnam, Tanzania, Ireland, and Norway. The development is coordinated by the University of Oslo with core support from NORAD.
More on DHIS 2 HERE.