Côte d’Ivoire

CHISU is supporting the Government of Côte d'Ivoire to improve data quality, management, and use to support management decisions in the country, helping increase capacity to translate data into information and confidence in the data generated through health information systems.

CHISU supports Côte d’Ivoire’s Directorate of Coordination of the Expanded Immunization Program (DCPEV) to:  

  • Improve performance of existing program-specific and parallel data systems 
  • Enable interoperability between these systems and the health management information system (HMIS)
  • Use data to effectively understand the performance of the immunization program, manage strategic allocation of resources, and improve data quality and management 
  • Train and mentor DCPEV managers and data analysts at central and decentralized levels  

Supporting COVID-19 data management and use 

CHISU is supporting the coordination of HIS stakeholders by supporting an existing technical working group, assisting with efforts to integrate the existing COVID-19 vaccination information systems into routine HIS, mapping all COVID-19 and HIS digital applications, and developing key governance documents (such as a National Enterprise Architecture). CHISU is also focusing on integrating the DCPEV information systems and improving overall COVID-19 data analysis and use—which will allow for timely and effective decision making for vaccine delivery. 

Strengthening malaria data quality and use  

CHISU will build on previous achievements around strengthening malaria surveillance, monitoring, and evaluation (SME) and address the remaining challenges. The activities will focus on: 1) strengthening HIS governance at the central and decentralized levels; 2) continuing interventions to improve the quality of data produced by assisting the decentralized level to systematically use the data quality control tools available in DHIS2; 3) the use of information at the decentralized level; 4) improving the development and use of tools to monitor progress of the health information system; 5) strengthening actors’ capacity for analysis and use of the information. 

Supporting construction of a One Health digital platform for the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) 

CHISU will also support Côte d’Ivoire to establish their One Health multisectoral digital platform to better prepare, prevent, and plan their response to potential epidemics. During the year, CHISU will support: 1) the coordination of the One Health platform; 2) the creation and use of a digital platform, focusing on improving the availability of quality data that will inform decision making and help the country’s ministry of health build interoperability between all health system software. In addition, CHISU will support the improvement of the existing website (PLUSS).

Blog Posts

Why is governance important in health information system strengthening—and how does it play a role in CHISU’s work?

Digital Health Week 2023 is an opportunity for the digital health community to share their successes, challenges, and perspectives on the role of digital health in achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC). Several of the week’s themes resonate with CHISU’s work, but the theme of governance stands out. We asked CHISU team members: Why do you think governance is important when it comes to health data and digital health tools? And how does governance play a role in the work you do for CHISU? Read more ›

Success Stories

Standardizing population estimates to strengthen data quality and use in Côte d’Ivoire


CHISU worked in Cote d'Ivoire to harmonize population data indicators to ensure data consistency across health programs in the country. Read more ›


CHISU Annual Report Infographic

CHISU Highlights from October 2022–September 2023


The Country Health Information and Data Systems Use (CHISU) program experienced remarkable growth from October 2022–September 2023, expanding from nine countries and regions at the beginning of the year to 17 at the end of the year. CHISU was engaged in 10 global technical activities at the beginning of the year, and 26 at the end of the year.