Digital Health



DHIS2 is open-source health information management system. It is developed through global collaboration led by UiO.  Ministry of Health uses DHIS2 for collecting and analyzing health data.


Ethiopian Residency Matching Program

The Ethiopia Resident Matching Program (ERMP) was established in 2015 to place by the Ministry of Health to place medical school students into residency training programs located in Ethiopian teaching hospitals and universities. Its mission has since expanded to include the placement of Ethiopian citizen and non-Ethiopian citizen international medical school students and graduates into residency and fellowship training programs. The ERMP conducts Fellowship Matches for more than 20 specialities through its Matching System.



The Electronic Community Health Information System (eCHIS) is a high priority initiative of the Information Revolution, demonstrating the MOH’s intentions to further utilize technology and data to improve health service delivery, starting at the community level. The eCHIS is the digitized version of the paper based CHIS, one of the backbones of the much successful Ethiopia’s health extension program. The content is now digitized into a mobile platform for use by health extension workers (HEW) around the country.