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Tuesday, September 22 • 14:00 - 14:45
Building resilient eIDSR systems in Sierra Leone

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Strong, resilient disease surveillance systems at geographic scale are foundational to detecting outbreaks early. Sierra Leone shares its experiences in scaling up and decentralizing electronic case-based disease surveillance in an integrated way, calling on lessons learned from the Ebola epidemic.

WHO's African Regional Office is implementing DHIS2 as a regional vaccine-preventable disease surveillance platform for IDSR, leveraging the large scale adoption of DHIS2 in AFRO member states to improve timely disease reporting.

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Rebecca Potter

Technical Lead, Global Health Content, University of Oslo
I work across a team of global DHIS2 implementers to develop standard health content for DHIS2 in partnership with the WHO, CDC and UNICEF. Our goal is to use DHIS2 as a platform for disseminating global health standards and local innovations. We do this through the development of... Read More →
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Johan Ivar Sæbø

Associate Professor, University of Oslo
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Bridget Magoba

Public health Informatics specialist, African Field Epidemiology Network
Bridget is a public health Informatics specialist with 4 years experience in disease surveillance information systems using DHIS2 internationally. She has over 8 years of DHIS2 implementation experience in different domains locally and globally.

Calle Hedberg

HISP South Africa

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