Would you like to know the current capabilities of DHIS2 Maps? This is a great session for DHIS2 users who would like to use maps to present and analyze their data. The target audience for this Bootcamp includes, but is not limited to, program managers, monitoring and evaluation staff, and donors.
This session will introduce you to the Maps application, its capabilities, different layer types and some of the more hidden features. We will also present the new Org Unit Profile introduced in DHIS2 2.37.
The Bootcamp will cover the following topics:
• Org unit layer (former “Boundary layer”) and the new Org Unit Profile
• Facility layer
• Thematic layer
• Event layer
• Tracked entity layer
• Earth Engine layer (population, elevation ++)
• External layers
Understand when, why and how you should use maps to present and analyze your data.
Participants receive access to Hopin and can browse the venue and schedule, visit expo booths, network, etc.
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Nicola Hobby, BAO Systems
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