Electronic Case Management: Streamlining and Optimizing Care for Orphans and Vulnerable Children - Shared screen with speaker view
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My name is Betty Adera, Senior Technical Advisor HIV/AIDS and Health at PCI based in Nairobi, Kenya. Looking forward to fruitful discussions
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Excellent presentations. @ Jenny, how have you factored in sustainability beyond project period? Any Zim Govt' commitment?
In Nigeria Our electronic data collection tool is called the National OVC Management Information System (NOMIS), which was developed as a result of the growing number of VC’s being enrolled. NOMIS possesses the following features:Web application design, using Java, can work offline and onlinePossibility of use in more than 1 program areaEasy setup and maintenance, user-friendly data entryData validation rules to minimize data entry errorsGenerates custom reports & service statistics, client lists and a dashboard of selected indicatorsExport to Excel and other programs for further analysisUser/operator management with application-specific rolesIn-built data quality analysis check
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One of our local partners is currently utilizing electronic data based tools even at the field level that feeds into a platform called kobo collect which ultimately feeds into the NOMIS
@ Sasha, under stakeholders involved, did you engage with the Ministry/Dept' that coordinates children issues as well? Wasn't clear
There is the same practice in Ethiopia where sustainability is ensured through government and community systems . Thanks for the experience you are sharing . It is useful to improve equalities
@pretty adaptive system, great job!
@Shasa, thank you for your presentation. it is good to see the success of the CommCare rollout
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Thank you for the presentations.
Great job @Sasha! Mus be interesting to implement
In Mozambique, we have over 300,000 beneficiaries, many of them over several years. We have already once had to shift our system to big data, and we need to do it again now. So the question of volume is a good question
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Brilliant Session!!! Thank you.
@katbi, thank you for highlighting the efforts in Nigeria
thank you everybody, great presentations and session!