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Exousia Lagos
Capstone Team Piloting realtime commodity reporting in public facilities in Lagos to strengthen national logistics management system (NAVISION).
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ARCAcademy Jul 20
capstone project is aimed at improving stock status visibility at the Primary Healthcare facility level in Alimosho LGA in Lagos State.
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Azuka Okeke Jul 20
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Azuka Okeke Jul 19
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Exousia Lagos Jul 20
We are excited that we will be presenting our capstone project on improving limited visibility of stock status of health commodities at public facilities in Lagos. You can see view our dashboard .
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Exousia Lagos Jul 16
As part of our pilot project we developed a theory of change, that looked beyond improving stock status visibility to achieving reduced maternal and child mortality, and universe health coverage.
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Exousia Lagos Jul 16
We are gearing up for the presentation of our capstone project focusing on improving the limited visibility of stock status of health commodities at public health facilities in Alimosho LGA, Lagos. View our dashboard .
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Azuka Okeke Jul 3
It was great to catch up with Professor Adegoke. Looking at a collaboration that will enable participants gain Masters degrees at Arizona State University
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Azuka Okeke Jul 2
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Exousia Lagos Jun 28
Our plan is to further expand and explore other use cases and programs that our innovation aligns with to strengthen decision making that ensure availability of commodities in last mile facilities and service points. .
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Exousia Lagos Jun 28
We are getting great insights from our pilot project and wanted to share a quick summary. Our dashboard which is a working progress is available here ~ .
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Exousia Lagos Jun 27
We are excited about your responses to our pilot project to improve the visibility of commodity data in last mile facilities and strengthen decision making for in LGA. Thanks to LMCU and everyone else.
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Exousia Lagos Jun 26
We are delighted to share the link to our dashboard with you ~ . We leveraged expertise from LMCU team and using . We will keep improving the data visualization dashboard to achieve project goals.
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Exousia Lagos Jun 26
Thanks to the LMCU state and LGA teams for sending feedback for the real-time dashboard for our pilot project on improving visibility of commodity data. We salute their commitment to ensuring the final bits of this project fits together.
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USAID/Nigeria Jun 18
Happening today: is set to launch its new $225 million activity - Integrated Health Program - to help improve access to primary healthcare services, essential commodities, and increase demand for services.
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Exousia Lagos Jun 16
Ensuring that last mile facilities are able deliver quality care with adequate commodities is a decision that involves many men. Availability of data eases this process. So we say Happy Fathers' Day to the super heroes that help this happen globally.
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Gavi Jun 15
Vaccines need to be kept cold, but this can be hard to monitor. Enter the Vaccine Vial Monitor (VVM). This smart label changes colour if a vaccine dose has been too hot for too long. Innovation and tech helping to make
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Exousia Lagos Jun 15
Our first dashboard design show interesting data trends. We can track utilization of our CommCare app, point the location of facilities using GPS, and analyze the health commodity utilization across facilities in LGA.
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Exousia Lagos Jun 15
We are drawing inspiration to analyze data collected by facilities on our pilot project to strengthen visibility of health commodity datain from 's data visualization lab. We will be using solutions such as to create our control room.
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Mark Suzman Jun 11
"Digital technologies can only transform the lives of the world’s poorest people if they have equal access to them" - call by for public and private sectors to work together for to reach the
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Exousia Lagos Jun 15
Replying to @LSMOH @zukynokeke and 3 others
We are really excited by this outcome. This means that last mile facilities can share their health commodity data and will reach the LGA and LMCU within a significantly shorter period than is presently obtainable. .
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