The first case of COVID-19 was officially found in Burkina Faso on March 9, 2020, and the government quickly restricted travel to prevent the spread of the virus. This critical public health measure also kept people from important aspects of their work.
“I did not try to travel during the COVID19 restriction period but I started traveling again after the airport opened,” said Ousseni Mone, the technical director of a company based in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, who traveled at least twice a year before COVID. Read more ›
This June 9, 2021 USAID CHISU Project webinar, the fourth in a series on technical leadership, was titled “Digital Systems and Data Quality: Will we, or have we, gone beyond data quality conversations with digital systems?”
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This May 12, 2021 USAID CHISU Project webinar, the third in a series on technical leadership, was titled “Standards-Based Interoperability of Systems: Country examples of testing and enabling exchange of data for holistic health information management.” Read more ›
This April 14, 2021 USAID CHISU Project webinar, the second in a series on technical leadership, was titled “Gender Equity and Health Outcomes: Experiences with and Opportunities for Gender Integration in Health Information Systems.” Read more ›
This March 17, 2021 USAID CHISU Project webinar, the first in a series on technical leadership, was titled “Health Information System (HIS) Leadership for HIS Progression: Considerations from Community to National Level.” Read more ›
This May 26, 2021 USAID CHISU Project webinar focused on a web-based application called the High-Performing Health Care (HPHC) systems tool, which was developed by USAID and partners (including CHISU) to measure progress toward becoming a high performing health system. Read more ›