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  • hafsa
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  • Hammadoun Dia

    Hammadoun Dia is a physisian with expertise in the field of ehealth. He did his doctoral thesis in the field of public health with a theme focused on surgery and telemedicine. Since 2013 he has been working in the institution of the Malian Ministry of Health in charge of telehealth and medical informatics.

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  • Healthcare Informatics Society of Nigeria
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  • Henry Mwanyika

    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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  • Hlobisile Vilakazi

    Acfee Intern

    Hlobisile Vilakazi is an Acfee Intern and a Public Health graduate from Monash South Africa.

    She has was involved in a placement initiative at CARè (Community Aids Respone), which was organised by the university. At this organization she was mainly involved in reaseach and data capturing. She recently become an intern at the African Centre for eHealth Excellence (Acfee).

    As a Public Health student she has always had a great passion for health outcomes amongst women and children in Africa. She is hoping to gain a vast amount of knowledge from Acfee on how eHealth can have a positive impact on the health of these vulnerable groups in Africa.

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  • Hlobisile Vilakazi
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  • IDRIS A. IDRIS
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  • Immaculate
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  • innocent chiboma
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  • Ivan Molina Allende

    Research & Innovation manager

    I am the Research & Innvoation Manager of Action Against Hunger Spain, currently managing an innovative mHealth research project called SAM Photo Diagnosis. This project has been selected by AIDF as one of the most innovative ones in their 2017 Guide.

    This technology intends to applly the geometric morphometric technique to the study of under-5-children nutritional status diagnosis. The basic research consists on the study of the morphological changes that take place according to the child' nutritional status. The first sampling has been carried out both in Spain and in the north of Senegal (Matam region). The project hold a validation form the national ethical Committe of the Ministry of heal until november 2017, with the intention to prolong this one, once all stakeholders will be engaged in the discussion for the Phase II (validation phase).

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