Jembi Mozambique recently led a training session in Zanzibar from August 7 to 11. This important event is part of the Orphan and Vulnerable Children Management Information System (OVC MIS) project. The training aimed to build capacity among the system administrators of the Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT).
The main goal was capacity building. FACT system administrators were trained in server installation, customizing DHIS2 software, and managing scripts. This skill enhancement is important for a smooth transition from OVC MIS to FACT administration.
Kelvin Murumba and João Machiana, senior developers at Jembi Mozambique, led the training. They provided hands-on exercises and important lessons in maintaining the DHIS2 software, tailored for the OVC MIS program.
The five-day training had a strong focus on capacity building, enriching the FACT team with valuable skills. They learned about server administration, customizing DHIS2, and script management. These new skills will help them manage the project effectively in the future.
The training served as an important platform for knowledge transfer and capacity building between Jembi Mozambique and the FACT system administrators. It not only enhanced their skills but also strengthened the partnership, setting the stage for ongoing success in the OVC MIS project in Zimbabwe.