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  • Titus Kolongei Health Information Officer by Profession engaged as M&E/ Data Management consultant with WHO South Sudan lives in Juba

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  • Titus Kipchirchir Kolongei a Health Information Officer by profession with over 20 years experience gained in Goverment and UN agencies engaged as a Data Manager in Routine Immunization and in surveillance for Vaccine Preventable Disease(VPDs). Also...More

EXPERIENCE

  • World Health Organization South Sudan
    • Health Systems Strengthening -HSS
    • Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
    • June 2016 to December 2016

    Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant, HSS WHO provide technical support to MOH..The roles and responsbilities incuded; • Support the MOH in collection, analysis of data , documentation and regular publication of HMIS Report • Develop formats and processes to identify information needs for HMIS for documentation and publication of major health activities • Support ministry of health document its activities, including outlining good practices and lessons learned, through field trips and in all major health events/activities • Generation of an integrated health sector performance bulletin based on information generated from routine and non-routine data sources • Production of monthly, quarterly and annual reports and other Health Information products • Support the Ministry of Health to develop a coding nomenclature for data collection tools • Development a system of tracking all active and inactive data collection tools in place • Support to the Ministry of Health to review data collection tools in consultation with implementing partners. • Review and update baseline data for the Health Sectors Strategic Plan (HSSP 2016-2019) in line with the SDG targets to ensure accuracy of baselines, targets and milestones

  • World Health Organization South Sudan
    • Health Systems Strengthening -HSS
    • Monitoring and Evaluation-HIS Consultant
    • December 2016 to December 2017

    M&E/HIS Consultant for WHO HSS Program provided technical support to MOH South Sudan. The roles included; • To develop formats and processes to identify information needs for HMIS for documentation, reporting and publication of major health activities on health sector performance • Development of Quarterly Health Sectors Performance Bulletin covering all the requisite health indicators • Provide technical support to MOH in generation of integrated health sector performance reports • Provide technical support to MOH in preparation for the roll out of DHIS 2 • Guided the MOH in the development of data collection tools for the community based health information system dubbed BOMA health initiative in liaison with health partners

  • Workd Health Organization South Sudan
    • Maternal Child Health Program
    • Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
    • July 2014 to June 2016

    Monitoring and Evalution Consultant for the Comprehensive Emergency and Obstretric Care(CEmONC) Program. The role and responsbilities included; • Review the monthly and quarterly reports submitted by the targeted facilities and prepared a detailed feedback report to the service providers. Prepare reports for review by the Project management team and to facilitate feedback • Consolidated reports from technical units to prepare the health profile and health status update to be shared with MOH and WHO team • Synthesis of the monthly reports from the sites and compilation of a joint technical reports for the project • Compile weekly and monthly feedback report and lessons sharing with the targeted hospital teams and partners • Support the HMIS M&E department in strengthening of maternal child health monitoring through the HMIS/DHIS systems. • Document innovative approaches initiated by the service providers to strengthen comprehensive hospital services particularly CEmONC services, to be shared at the relevant workshops and meetings • Based on HMIS and monitoring and supervision reports, prepare a trend analysis of and report on the project performance • Support documentation of lessons learned and best practices • Compiled a MCHN synthesis report based on the data triangulated from DHIS for condolidation of WHO health status report • Prepare any other report as requested by program manager or head of the office Method

  • Ministry of Health
    • Intergrated Disease Surveillance & Response(IDSR)
    • Senior Data Manager Focal point -Acute Flaccid Paralysis(AFP) Surveillance
    • February 2003 to July 2014

    Senior Data Manager for the Acute Flaccid Paralyisis Surveillanc.The roles included ; -collation, consolidation,verification analyisis of APF ,Measles and Neonatal Surveillance data -Harmonization of AFP and Measles surveillance data with the National Laboratory units on weekly basis - Dissemination of AFP surveillance results and generation of feedback reports to the districts -Internal review of AFP surveillance perfomance - Secretearial Support to the National Polio Expert commitees providing data and files for their review aimed towards polio certifcation -Provided support supervision to District and provincial teams and later to the county health departments - Data quality assesement for Intergrated Disease surveillance and Response Program -Any other tasks assigned by the Manager

  • Ministry of Health
    • National EPI Program
    • Data Manager
    • January 2001 to January 2003

    Data Manager for the EPI program. The roll included -collation, consolidation verification and analyisis of routine immunization data - Generation of routine immunization information products (bulletins) for sharing with National MOH program managers district and provinicial teams - Provided guidance to the district and provinicial level teams to conduct reqular data quality Audit and Data Quality Self Assesement(DQA) using the WHO/GAVI approach - Responsible for the Design of Data tools for routine and supplemental immunization - Provided support supervion to the District and Provincial teams -Any other assigned by the EPI Program Manager

EDUCATION

  • Kenyatta University
    • Master of Public Health(Monitoring and Evaluation) -Finalizing thesis
    • April 2013 to December 2016

    Pursued course in Masters Public Health -Monitoring & Evaluation of programs such as; Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) Program, Reproductive Maternal Child Health Programs, Nutrition, Ophthalmic Services, HIV/AIDs Program, Integrated Management of Child Hood illness, Disease Surveillance & Response and Emergency Health Programs Courses undertaken -Epidemiology - Law and Public Health - Health Promotion -Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Program;EPI,HIV/AIDS,MCH, Disease Surveillance -Health Service Managment -Data Managment -Health Policy and Planning -Health Economics -Health Service Quality Management -Re-Engineering in Health Care -Telemedicine -Health Research -Data Base construction and Managment -Health Informatics -Contemporary Health Records Managment -Health Project Management

  • Kenyatta University
    • Bacher of Science Health Information Management
    • August 2008 to December 2012

    Courses in Health Information Sciences -Health Information Managment -Data Quality in Health Programs -Epidemiology -Coding and Indexing of Diseases - Medical Statistics -Development studies -Communication skills - Ethics and legal aspects of health records -Medical Sociology and Anthropology -Health Care and Patient Data -Intergatated Disease Surveillance and Response Public Health-M&E of programs such as; Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) Program, Reproductive Maternal Child Health Programs, Nutrition, Ophthalmic Services, HIV/AIDs Program, Integrated Management of Child Hood illness, Disease Surveillance & Response and Emergency Health Programs

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