{Photo credit: Verohanitra Rahariniaina/USAID|MIKOLO.}Justine brings Justina to vaccination day.Photo credit: Verohanitra Rahariniaina/USAID|MIKOLO.

With the signature chubby cheeks and plump thighs of a well-fed, healthy baby, Justina charms the villagers in Mizilo Gare, the small Malagasy commune where she lives. They admire Justina’s good health and consider her mother, Justine, a role model for other mothers in the community.

Dr. Andrew Nyandigisi from the Malaria Control Unit discusses lessons learned in the implementation of DHIS2 with workshop participants. {Photo credit: Yvonne Otieno/MSH.}Photo credit: Yvonne Otieno/MSH.

An effective reporting system for health commodities is critical to ensure accountability, enable informed decision making, and provide timely access to information. Using DHIS2 to Manage Data for Malaria Commodities

Two of MSH’s Senior Principal Technical Advisors, Dr. Bill Newbrander and Dr. Paul Ickx, have led the development of four articles for a special issue of Global Public Health, a journal from Columbia University, entitled Afghanistan’s Health System: Moving Forward in Challenging Circumstances, 2002-2013. These articles are available with the others in the special issue on the Taylor & Francis Group website and on MSH’s website and can be freely shared. Dr. Suraya Dalil, Afghanistan's Minister of Public Health, is the lead author of the last article:  


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