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Thursday, September 24 • 15:00 - 16:00
Digital Academies & Trainings

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This session will include a presentation of HISP-UiO on the digitalisation of the DHIS2 Academies - Level 1 &2, followed by a presentation from PEPFAR explaining how to build a Flexible Virtual Solution for a Programme Wide Trainning. Lyn Pennington and Sandy Dove from HISP SA will then introduce the process of developing a series of virtual trainings. The session will end with Arthur Heywood telling us a little more about the distance learning conducted in Zambia on Data Use for Immunization.

Speakers
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Alice Aké Loba

Academy Coordinator, University of Oslo
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Arthur Heywood

HISP Data use Consultant, HISP Africa
Interested in promoting data use at district level by whatever means possible!!
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Sandy Dove

Training Manager, HISP South Africa
Ms. Sandy Dove has been in the field of research, GIS, information systems, and training for 27 years. She has experience in both the education and health arenas working with NGO’s in education and health. Sandy has published various reports in the British Medical Journal, Geosystems... Read More →
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Lyn Pennington

Course and Material Designer, HISP South Africa
I've been working in the Capacity Building Team at HISP South Africa for the last 8 years, and have been involved with systems and training users most of my working life. My job mostly involves creating training materials and building courses on Moodle. My desire is to create really... Read More →
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Matthieu Pinard

DHIS2 Digital Learning Coordinator, University of Oslo
DHIS2 Digital Learning Coordinator


Thursday September 24, 2020 15:00 - 16:00 CEST
Annual Conference Virtual Room 3