Presentations by the initiative, its partners and users were intended to demonstrate
• the various use cases of openIMIS in health and social protection, • the adaptability of openIMIS in diverse implementation settings, • the role of the community in support of the software solution, and • benefits of a global good approach in health and social protection.
At the same time the Steering Group Meeting acts as a platform to invite experts from bilateral implementing agencies, donors and international organisations working in the areas of digitalization, health, and social protection to learn about and engage with the initiative.
Overall 46 participants
4 country/implementation representatives; 35+ experts from bilateral implementing agencies, donors and international organisations working in the areas of digitalisation, health and social protection; 11 supporter and organiser team
Represented countries/implementations: Tanzania, Cameroon, The Gambia, Nepal
Represented organisations: WHO, World Bank, ILO, ISSA, EU, KfW, Global Fund, Swiss Embassy in Tanzania, AFD, Enable, PATH, SwissTPH, Health Insurance Board Nepal, 2M Corp, President's Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG) Tanzania, Bamenda Ecclesiastical Province Health Association (BEPHA) Cameroon