Dr. Mwanyika, based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, has more than 12 years of experience in the commercial ICT and public sectors as well with health NGOs. Henry leads PATH’s HMIS work in Africa. He currently leads PATH’s work in Zambia and Tanzania to complete development of the first version of the open-source supply chain platform called Open Logistics Management Information System (OpenLMIS).
He leads the adaptation of DHIS2 to support community service monitoring and evaluation for APHIA in Kenya.
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