If you are planning on attending the Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) conference next month in Dakar, Senegal, we have a great opportunity for you to consider:
FREE mSpray Training with DHIS2 integration : April 15, 2018 • 9am - 3pm
Akros is excited to announce the first-ever mSpray training. mSpray is a tool designed by Akros, in collaboration with Ona, to address some of the challenges in delivering and measuring household interventions, challenges like: what is the true size of the population needing services? Where is this population located and how do we get there? How do we ensure real and accurate data are captured on intervention progress and used to guide intervention management? The mSpray approach tackles these questions head on, and in its application to IRS, has contributed to a 15% reduction in malaria cases in areas of implementation in Zambia.
Registration is FREE but has limited space. Visit www.mspray.com to reserve your spot now!
This training will give attendees instruction on how to implement the mSpray tool. Trainees will learn about the steps to personalize the tool for their context, through both an explanation of the theory behind spatial tools and interactive discussions and exercises. Participants will also learn the possibilities for integrating mSpray with the already widely-used DHIS2 system. The training will be taught in English, though we will have French-speaking trainers in the room for support.
We are also proud to announce that the training will feature case studies presented by both the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and PATH. Ona, our partners in creation of the mSpray tool, will also be on hand to answer questions.
Any questions before signing up? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.