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Entering vaccination data at a site in the Nongre-Massom health district.

CHISU Results in Action: Joint Supervision Enables Agile COVID-19 Response in Burkina Faso


In Burkina Faso, prior investments to improve the country’s health information systems better prepared the country to respond to emergencies. When COVID-19 hit, the country was able to build on those systems, rather than starting from scratch, and quickly respond to the pandemic. Read more ›

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CHISU Results in Action: Decentralized Reporting at Health Facilities will Lead to Improved Data Quality in Burkina Faso


Since 2013, Burkina Faso has used DHIS2 for routine data management of the national health information system. DHIS2 is currently deployed throughout the country from the national to district level, with monthly data entry carried out by the manager of the Center for Health Information and Epidemiological Surveillance (CISSE) based at each district. Read more ›

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CHISU Results in Action: New eHealth Strategy Promotes Data Use in Serbia


CHISU supported the implementation of the Health Information Systems Stages of Continuous Improvement (SOCI) assessment in Serbia to establish a baseline for the country's five-year eHealth strategy and identify areas for improvement for the initial two-years. Read more ›

Mr. Zakaria and his cows

CHISU Results in Action: The Case of the Dead Cattle and Fish in Burkina Faso


With CHISU support, human and zoonotic data have been integrated and linked to the information systems of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Animal and Fisheries Resources, and the Ministry of the Environment Green Economy and Climate Change in Burkina Faso. Read more ›

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CHISU Results in Action: Ministries Gain Better Insights from Interoperable Data in Burkina Faso


In 2019, USAID supported the development of a One Health information system in Burkina Faso with MEASURE Evaluation (a USAID funded project), and continued support through the Country Health Information Systems and Data Use (CHISU) program to create a comprehensive and effective response to zoonotic and key human health threats at the community level. Read more ›