RHINO Workshop Report Published

RHINO's fourth international workshop, held in Guanajuato, Mexico, and focused on routine health information system performance. The report has been published and is available for download.

RHINO organized its fourth international workshop from March 8–12, 2010 in Guanajuato, Mexico. The previous three RHINO workshops had been held in three different continents (North America, Africa, and Asia), and RHINO was eager to collaborate with and encourage a high level of participation from the Latin American continent. This workshop was the first to be organized by the RHINO NGO, with support from USAID through MEASURE Evaluation and collaborating partners, the Mexican Federal MOH, the Mexican Guanajuato State Secretariat for Health, PAHO, and INSP. INSP and RHINO have collaborated closely over the past eight years on RHIS issues.

During the workshop, participants analyzed data from an RHIS assessment conducted in January 2010 in Guanajuato State and used the PRISM tools to recommend interventions that would strengthen the health system and ultimately improve health outcomes for the general population.

Download "Fourth International RHINO Workshop: Measuring and Improving RHIS Performance." (pdf, 9822Kb)