Collect, Manage, Visualize and Explore your Data

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Collect, manage, visualize and explore your data
DHIS 2 is the flexible, web-based open-source information system with awesome visualization features including GIS, charts and pivot tables.
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The world's most popular health information system
DHIS 2 is being used by 46 countries and even more organisations across five continents.
Simple to deploy, free to use,
easy to scale
Deploy DHIS 2 on premise or get up and running in minutes with a managed cloud instance.
Events in GIS
DHIS 2.14 is waiting for you
Mapping of events. Data approval. Dynamic person attributes. Embed code for plugins. Context menus. Google analytics support. Pivot table sorting. Detailed meta-data export.
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Global impact
DHIS 2 is the preferred health management information system in 46 countries and even more organizations across four continents. DHIS 2 helps governments in developing countries and health organizations to manage their operations more effectively, monitor processes and improve communication.
Integrated system
DHIS 2 is typically used as national health information systems for data management and analysis purposes, for health program monitoring and evaluation, as facility registries and service availability mapping, for logistics management and for mobile tracking of pregnant mothers in rural communities.
Runs on everything
With DHIS 2 you can capture data on any type of device, including desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones and feature phones. Most solutions work-offline, making them ideal to improve reach in locations with poor connectivity. DHIS 2 provides a wide range of solutions based on HTML5, SMS and Java.
Global community
DHIS 2 development is coordinated by the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP) and is an open and globally distributed process with developers in Vietnam, India, Tanzania, Norway, Ireland and United States. DHIS 2 is supported by Norad, Research Council of Norway, PEPFAR and The Global Fund. The community includes monitoring and evaluation specialists, medical doctors, information technology experts, software developers and many others. Learn how to sign up for the mailing lists or request more information at