In the Spotlight

10 February 2015

Fourth Steering Committee

The European Union funded project "Technical Assistance to Support the Strengthening of the Health Information System in Tajikistan" presented progress of project activities at a fourth Steering Committee meeting held on October 30 2014.  

The meeting was successful and was hosted by the EU Ambassador, the Vice Minister of Health and Social Protection of Population, and the Vice Minister of Justice, with active participation of 42 specialists from the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of Population, Ministry of Justice, Civil Registration Offices, Agency on Statistics under President of the Republic of Tajikistan, international donor organizations and Projects. Presentations were delivered by the Project team on the third-semester report. Important issues related to Project implementation have been identified and solutions have been discussed. 

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27 February 2014

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15 January 2016

Interview with N.Shahnoza

Ms. Deputy Minister, thank you for your consent to give an interview for our newspaper. Our teamwork and cooperation are continuing since 3 years and I would like to hear your opinion about the benefits of using the DHIS2 information system both in the work of the civil registration bodies, and for the population of the Republic of Tajikistan. 

Firstly, I would like to note the positive experience with the project "Technical assistance to support the strengthening of the health information system in Tajikistan", and namely with the team of EPOS Health Management. During these almost 3 years, we established a good cooperation with the project experts and generated the degree of trust that allows us to listen to each other and work together for achieving the set goals.

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15 January 2016

Interview with S.Manonov

Dear Safarbek Turaevich!

It is not so long ago that you took charge of the National Center of Medical Statistics and Information, and also took over the leadership of the project on strengthening the health management information system. What are the major problems in your working sector? Why?

I am well aware of the problems of information systems in health care, as I worked for long as a Deputy chief physician of the National Medical Centre and was in charge of the information system of the National Medical Center.

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15 January 2016

Interview with O.Safarov

Safarov Odina - the most active collaborator as per the results of testing the health information system DHIS2. The testing was conducted starting from October 2014 within the project "Technical assistance to support the strengthening of the health information system in Tajikistan". The Rural Primary Health Centre (RPHC), where he heads the statistics office, entered over nine thousand statistical tickets for primary registration of diseases.

Safarov Odina started his career as a district paediatrician, after graduation from the paediatric faculty of the Tajik State Medical University named after Abuali Ibn Sino, and now heads the Rural Primary Health Centre Sari - Kisht of the Rudaki district. Mr. Safarov is the manager of the RPHC and since two years heads the statistics office of the district health centre.

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21 July 2015

Interview with N.Jafarov

Dear Mr. Deputy Minister, 

You are the key person in the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of Population for the issues of electronic systems in the healthcare and in particular for the EU funded project "Technical Assistance to Support the Strengthening of the Health Information System in Tajikistan". Could you please say several words of your role and main tasks? 

The project assisted us a lot and contributed greatly in the development of the Health Information System in Tajikistan designed to meet our requirements and needs.  Up till nowadays we used paper based information collection means for our reporting needs and now we are at the transition stage from paper to computer and digital versions of documents. In other words, now for sending information from the remote district to the centre only one thing is necessary,  to have the connection to the information system DHIS2 and access to internet, and information becomes instantly available online for the decision makers and healthcare managers.

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