Sharpen your DHIS 2 skills
At the 2017 DHIS 2 Symposium
"DHIS 2 for Program Monitoring and Analysis"
March 22, 2017
Learn DHIS 2
with other practitioners like you.
In the field. Everywhere.
Our courses are built from the ground up to show you how
to directly apply what you learn to real-life situations.
Our training courses are designed around instruction and worked examples, creating a collaborative effort that will give you the hands-on experience you need to return to your project and hit the ground running.
What our graduates are saying ...
After attending Akros DHIS 2 fundamentals course, I have a much deeper understanding of the overall operation of the software platform. The instructor brought together technical software expertise and real-world development experience in an engaging way for technical and non-technical attendees. It wasn’t just a cookie-cutter software “how-to” course. The course materials addressed the often complicated dimensions of introducing advanced software in resource-poor settings. As a champion of DHIS 2 as open source platform, Akros offers a level of commitment to their customers that I rarely see with commercial software vendors.
- Chris van Hasselt - Durham, USA
DHIS2 is the best HMIS I have ever used. I love the way data can be displayed through GIS.
- Onalethata Serumola - Tsabong, Botswana
The course instructors were awesome, they made me understand every bit of the course content whenever I lagged behind.
- Hon Gates - Zambia
The instructor was very friendly, easy to communicate, and very professional. He just made the 5 day course effortless!
- Gashaw Shiferaw - Washington DC, USA
DHIS2 has helped make decisions such as which areas should be followed up on and using DHIS2 has really helped me know even how many resources and time is needed in my district.
- Nchimunya Sarah Muleya - Choma, Zambia
DHIS is a great system to help compare data to make informed decisions. For example an application can be made to monitor academic performance for college and close gaps realized through data collection.
- Bonang Bome - Botswana
The most useful thing I learned were the maps, and how to drill down to the basic or the lowest level so that you know what the real problem of the data is, or what could be contributing to the picture you are getting.
- Lesego O. - Gaborone, Botswana