The use of reliable information from a well-designed health information system is critical for decision-making during disease outbreaks and to enhance efficiency, foster innovation, and ultimately ensure improved outcomes. To this effect, the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania, with the support of PATH, is implementing the Data Use Partnership (DUP) under the Ministry of Health’s Digital Health Investment Road Map intended to strengthen data-informed decision-making in Tanzania’s public health system. In this webinar, hosted by the BID Learning Network, presenters share how DUP has made data use a priority to improve immunization programs in Tanzania. Learn more about how the DUP initiative is transforming the Tanzanian health sector and making the country a front-runner in digital health investments.
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