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Event, DateInfo and OpenLMIS Involvement Attending

DHIS2 Symposium

April 11-12 Washington DC


April 30 – May 3, 2019    Kampala, Uganda

Final Trip Report available here

Rebecca Alban (Unlicensed)

Wesley Brown

Health & Humanitarian Logistics Conference

Wednesday, July 10 to Thursday, July 11, 2019 in Kigali, Rwanda. 

No OpenLMIS involvement this year

GS1 Conference 

17-19 September 2019 | Lagos, Nigeria

conference programme <>

Registeration link <>

OpenHIE Community Meeting

Nov 4-8, Addis Ababa

From TZ- Ian Manyama to attend

from Moz- Dercio likely to attend (if not Dercio than Felimone)


Global Health Supply Chain Summit

November 20-22   Johannesburg, South Africa

*Will also be dovetailing our OpenLMIS Community Meeting 2019 with this conference

Global Digital Health Forum

Washington, DC  December (date TBD)

these abstracts were submitted

GDHF 2018 

Join us December 10th & 11th at Academy Hall - FHI 360’s Conference Center in the heart of Washington, DC - for the 5th Annual Global Digital Health Forum!


More information:

The theme for this year’s event — A Shared Language for Digital Health — looks to the World Health Organization’s “Classification of Digital Health Interventions” as a framework to guide our conversation.The 2018 Global Digital Health Forum will be an intimate and curated event, capped at 300 attendees, with engaging sessions to connect government stakeholders, digital health technologists, researchers, donors, implementers and field experts from across the globe. The Forum will once again feature TED-style talks, panel presentations, hands-on workshops, the interactive “Appy Hour”, vendor tables and an opportunity to showcase your work on a poster.

OpenLMIS Involvement:

  • Submitted Abstracts: details here.
  • Discussing an additional day to invite the OpenLMIS community to discuss Roadmap and long-term strategy
In discussion
11th Global Health Supply Chain Summit

Dates: November 28-30, 2018
Location: Lusaka, Zambia
The 11th Global Health Supply Chain Summit (GHSCS) will be held over three days,
November 28-30, 2018 in Lusaka, Zambia. As in the previous conferences, the summit
will assemble an impressive group of practitioners and experts from the global health
supply chain field including academics, country planners, NGOs, logistics practitioners,
pharmaceutical industry, and donor representatives.

OpenLMIS Involvement:

  • Submitted Abstracts: details here.
  • Advocacy event: Dinner to invite ministers and interested parties to learn more about OpenLMIS and showcase the OpenLMIS implementing partners. 

The following Abstracts were approved:


JSI Team

OpenLMIS core team attendance:

XVI Jornadas Nacionais de Saúde

Date: September 17 - 20 2018

Location: Maputo


OpenLMIS Involvement:

  • Abstract approved to showcase a poster with the subject: Shared Benefit, Shared Investment: OpenLMIS, a global electronic LMIS.

Dercio Duvane

Felimone Amone Junior

Tanzania Health Supply Chain Summit 2018

Date: October 10 - 11 2018

Location: Dar es Salaam

OpenLMIS Involvement:

  • Discussion around potentially having Alfred give an introduction to GS1.
Potentially Alfred Mchau 

HELINA and OpenMRS 2018 Meeting

Date: Dec 3 - 8, 2018

Location: Nairobi

Agenda (HELINA):

Agenda (OpenMRS):

Potentially Wesley Brown

OpenHIE Community Meeting 

Arusha, Tanzania

July 31-Aug 4


OpenLMIS Involvement:

Brandon Bowersox-Johnson attending and sponsored by the Digital Square Gap Project

Elias Muluneh attending and sponsored by the Digital Square Gap Project

Craig Appl (Unlicensed) attending and sponsored by the Digital Square Gap Project

TechNet-21 (date not yet announced)

DHIS2 Symposium

Washington, D.C.

March 22-23

OpenLMIS presentation for the Symposium will repurpose the Lab session abstract that was presented at the 2017 GDHF. The session will be presented with Nicola and Steffen from BAO Systems. 

Tenly Snow (Deactivated)

Trip report: 2018 DHIS2 Symposium


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