BETTEReHEALTH aimed to inform e-health policymaking towards better health outcomes through a bottom-up evidence-based holistic approach in African LLMICs. We are working to address three aspects related to successful e-health: human, technical and public policy factors[…]
The Ethiopia Data Use Partnership (DUP) is collaborative endeavor between the Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and a data use consortium that is led by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) […]
On 31 January 2017, the African Union (AU) established the African centers for disease control and prevention (Africa CDC) with a mission to “strengthen Africa’s public health institutions’ capacities, capabilities and partnerships to detectrespond quickly and effectively to disease threats[…]
The project will result in coordinated health informatics curriculum through 5 new or revised courses; 46 Master and 12 PhD student exchanges (involving coursework, co-supervision and internships); 4 master student and faculty seminars; and 20 jointly written scientific papers[…]
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) is a five-year project that aims to support the development of government-led health learning platforms that draw on implementation research to help inform efforts to build enduring and resilient health systems[…]
NURTURE is a capacity-building project within Sub-Programme of Education and Teacher Training of the Norway Government. The NURTURE-project aims to contribute to better, relevant, more accessible and more efficient higher education in Ethiopia.
Gondar university and DHA/JSI agreed on one-year activities of the IR implementation support in selected woredas and health facilities of the Amhara region during the activity year.The selected woredas are Gondar Zuriya and Farta Woredas.
Countries are increasing investments in the digitization of legacy paper-based systems. WHO launched the SMART Guidelines initiative to support countries’digitization journeys and facilitate a structured approach to embedding…..