Updated Apr 28, 2020
Health, Transport & Supply Chains, Data/Analytics and 2 MoreSEE ALL
Health, Transport & Supply Chains, Data/Analytics, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Risk ReductionSEE LESS
Modernising health services and using data for decision making across Asia-Pacific is a complex challenge in a demanding environment. Pacific leaders in healthcare have moved to adopt digital technology and have made good progress - but systems for HIS, stock management, surveillance, disaster response and facility surveying are still typically siloed and data are difficult to aggregate and analyse in real-time. This makes data hard to use for decision makers, especially when needed rapidly.
Tupaia is a free and open-source data aggregation, analysis and visualisation platform that syncs data from multiple sources (including mSupply and DHIS2) in real-time and makes it available in customized views to decision-makers. These decision-makers range from district managers to senior ministry staff and multilateral donors. Tupaia can be used for health supply chain strengthening, disaster response, improving service provision, disease surveillance and tracking immunization coverage.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||950|
|New Implemented Countries||Fiji, Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Nauru, Micronesia, Kiribati, Philippines, Laos, Solomon Islands, Venezuela, Vanuatu, Myanmar, Tonga|
|Recruit||Project manager (Asia-Pacific Region), Business Development Officer|
|New Feature||- Expanded Disaster Response functionality - Regional disease surveillance in real-time - Integrations with environmental health data - Tracking medicines quality across the region - Pharmacovigilance|
Dr Michael Nunan (BPharm, MPH, PhD) has worked in Cambodia, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Vanuatu and elsewhere. He has been the project executive for Tupaia since March 2017. Edwin Monk-Fromont (BSc) is a full stack software developer, who wrote the software for both mSupply Mobile (>200 implementations across 7 countries) and Tupaia MediTrak. Erin Nunan (BPharm) has worked in Swaziland, Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste & is a Director of BES.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN