Monitoring and information systems

Improvements in information systems: The Kenya Health Information System (KHIS) is now widely used by the public sector with continued improvements in data quality. This is also incentivised by grants whose conditions are linked to data from this source. Discussions on a Kenya Health Observatory to collate data, synthesis and analysis data for health system decision making are at an advanced stage.

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