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eSIP-Saúde: Mozambique's novel approach for a sustainable human resources for health information system

Journal Article
(Published November, 2016)
Waters, K.P. (Author),
Mazivila, M.E. (Author),
Dgedge, M. (Author),
Necochea, E. (Author),
Manharlal, D. (Author),
Zuber, A. (Author),
de Faria Leão, B. (Author),
Bossemeyer, D. (Author),
Vergara, A.E. (Author)
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The Mozambican system is an important example of an HRIS built on a local platform with local staff. Notable models of strategic data use demonstrate that the system is empowering the MOH to improve health services delivery, health workforce allocation, and management. Combined with committed country leadership and ownership of the program, this suggests strong chances of sustainability and real impact on public health equity and quality.

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Waters KP, Mazivila ME, Dgedge M, Necochea E, Manharlal D, Zuber A, et al. eSIP-Saude: Mozambique's novel approach for a sustainable human resources for health information system. Human resources for health. 2016;14(1):66.