Joining Up Health Data: A Webinar on the DREAMS Partnership in Kenya, Uganda, and Zimbabwe Webinar
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The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) DREAMS Partnership was launched in 2015 with the aim of reducing HIV/AIDS in adolescent girls and young women. The PEPFAR DREAMS Partnership strengthened interoperable data systems to improve service delivery for adolescent girls and young women in multiple countries.
In 2019, the Global Partnership and PEPFAR identified the PEPFAR DREAMS Partnership as an example wherein significant experimentation has taken place across multiple countries toward interoperable data systems for tracking delivery of “layered” services for adolescent girls and young women. These use cases (Kenya, Uganda, and Zimbabwe) and the desire for replication presents an important opportunity to document what has worked, what has not, and compare factors that influence their success in individual country contexts. In Joining Up Health Data: A Case Study of the DREAMS Partnership in Kenya, Uganda, and Zimbabwe (read executive summary here), authors collected and distilled good practices, with the aim of enabling development of interoperable data systems for adolescent girls and young women across the DREAMS landscape and to inform similar efforts in other contexts.
In this webinar, we will share key insights and findings from this important work.