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UNU-IIGH Capacity Building Program. Nurhizam Safie. Ph.D. Research Fellow nurhizam@unu.edu. Capacity Building in UNU-IIGH.

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Unu iigh capacity building program
UNU-IIGH Capacity Building Program

Nurhizam Safie. Ph.D.

Research Fellow


Capacity building in unu iigh
Capacity Building in UNU-IIGH

Capacity Building : A continual process by which individuals and organizations develop abilities to perform functions, solve issues, set and achieve objectives which involves all stakeholders.

Two types of Capacity Building :

  • Online - Open Source Online Training

  • On site - Workshops/seminars and forums

Capacity building model
Capacity Building Model





Online training objectives
Online training objectives

  • To promote digital awareness on open source health information systems among healthcare practitioners

  • To provide initial and preparatory knowledge on open source health information systems

  • To disseminate the timely knowledge to learners anywhere, anytime and at their learning paces.


  • The role of UNU-IIGH in FOSS capacity building is significant in this era of high demand for healthcare technology.

  • Open source software is a solution to the overwhelming cost of healthcare particularly in developing countries.

  • Any collaborative efforts are most welcomed !!!

Unu iigh capacity building program

Thank you / Tak