Country Health Information Systems and Data Use (CHISU)

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The Country Health Information Systems and Data Use (CHISU) project will serve as one of the USAID Bureau for Global Health, Office of Health Systems’ flagship data and information system projects. The project will strengthen host country capacity and leadership to manage and use high quality health information systems to improve evidence-based decision-making.

CHISU will strengthen health information systems, interoperable information architecture and data use, and support countries’ self-reliance by enhancing capacity for local leadership and engagement in every aspect of health data. The project’s objectives include:

  • Strengthened governance and enabling environment of host-country health information systems
  • Increased Availability and Interoperability of Quality Health Data and Information Systems
  • Increased demand and use of health data and information to address health priorities, gaps, and challenges
  • Strengthened organizational development of local, non-governmental partners for sustained health data use

JSI leads the project, with partners RTI International (RTI), Vital Strategies, Pendulum Systems (formerly Macro-Eyes), Jembi Health Systems, and Global Evaluation and Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health).


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