District Health Information System Academy 2

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.

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




Bangladesh Lao Malaysia
  1. Mohammad Elias Hossain
  1. Luexay Phadouangdeth
  2. Chansaly Phommavong
  1. Ahmad Syukiri Jamaludin
  2. Ismat Binti Sulaiman



Nepal Philippines Sri Lanka
  1. Dhruba Raj Ghimire
  2. Binod Paudel
  3. Nav Raj Bhatta
  1. Cherrie Esteban
  2. Rene James Balandra
  3. John Francis Faustorilla, Jr
  1. Clive James

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 Scholars


Dhruba Raj Ghimire

    Hello, I am Dhruba Raj Ghimire, currently working as chief of Planning and Monitoring Section of Child Health Division, Department of Health Services, Teku, Kathmandu, Nepal. I have completed MSc in Geoinformatics from International Institute of Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation (ITC), The Netherlands. Planning, monitoring and evaluation are the core activities of my section. Likewise, spatio-temporal analysis of household and facility-based surveys is vital to monitor monitor health programmes. 

I have carried out of Health Facility Mapping Survey (HFMS) of Nepal. The core concept of HFMS was mapping service availability mapping. Likewise, I am currently involved in the task of DHIS2 customization for routine Health Management Information System (HMIS) country. 

I am also keen interested to work on OpenMRS software for patient-level recording. For this, as a member of AeHIN, I am benefiting and enlarging my knowledge in the area of e-health.