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The Year 2016 in Photos

By Tara Newton, Senior Communications Associate, BID Initiative

Dec 21, 2016

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As 2016 comes to a close, we look back at the great progress we made this year towards providing countries with an adaptable package of solutions to improve data quality, collection, and use. Thank you for following along on our journey and we look forward to an exciting and fruitful 2017.

Health worker champions

Photo: PATH/Trevor Snapp.

Nurse Oliver Mlemeta and her colleagues play a critical role in the success of BID Initiative solutions. Our team works closely with health workers at each facility in our test region and province to ensure health workers understand the suite of interventions and how each component works together to ultimately improve health worker efficiency and health service delivery.

Using Better Data to Protect More Kids

First study visit to Benin

Photo: PATH/Fred Njobvu.

Country participants gather outside of a health facility in Benin on the first BLN study visit to observe how VaxTrac piloted a tablet-based vaccine management system in 38 public health facilities.

Learning from VaxTrac in Benin

Melinda Gates visits the BID Initiative

Photo: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/Riccardo Gangale.

We had the pleasure of hosting Melinda Gates from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation at Magomeni Health Center in Tanzania. Our team and nurses explain the current challenges facing immunization service delivery and how the BID Initiative will help solve those challenges.

My Reflections: Melinda Gates visits the BID Initiative

Rollout begins in Zambia

Photo: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/John Healey.

The BID Initiative team visits Mahatma Gandhi Clinic in Livingstone, Zambia. The Mahatma Gandhi Clinic was one of the first clinics to test BID Initiative solutions that will be rolled out to over 270 facilities in Southern Province, starting with Livingstone District.

Completing Arusha region and expanding

Photo: PATH/Trevor Snapp.

Implementation throughout Tanzania’s Arusha Region is nearly finished with 241 facilities actively using BID solutions. We will expand to another region in early 2017 so stay tuned as we share our new rollout strategies and prepare for expansion to ensure the BID Initiative solutions are adaptable and sustainable in different contexts.

Implementation and Expansion in Tanzania

Happy holidays from the BID Initiative team!

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