Executive Summary

In 2011, Jembi first started to introduce, in Mozambique, the concept of architecture and subsequently of interoperability as fundamental tools to harmonize and best use systems in place. In the following years, Jembi developed, in Africa, many successful projects based on the OPEN HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE (OpenHIE). The project aims to facilitate the exchange of data using standardized messages and data security management, as well as logging and auditing of data flowing through tools adhering to the OpenHIE architecture specification [Ref]. Jembi is a founding member of this technology and an active participant in the international OpenHIE community, with a key role in the future direction of the tools and design considerations. Jembi has developed interoperability layers and shared health records as well as the Open Health Information Mediator (OpenHIM) tool. In Mozambique Jembi started several projects introducing interoperability and system integration as well as supporting the creation of a central web-based platform that can potentially allow access to aggregate HIV data for easy data analyses, interoperate with CRVS for unique Identification, quality control and use for PEPFAR, Clinical Partners, and MoH M&E purposes.

Interoperability between OpenMRS and DHIS2 (2006)

Data integration directly from OpenMRS into DHIS2 is possible and a good option for the Mozambique HIS environment. In 2016, Jembi built the full operational platform, presented to PEPFAR clinical partners and CDC during a workshop, and made this platform available.  The Platform called Moz-OpenHIM is able to send aggregate HIV data from OpenMRS to DHIS2 through the Mozambique OpenHIE architecture, and visualize the aggregate data and reports in a centralized web based system and database. It is accessible to all authorized partners, customized for the Mozambique environment that includes unique a Master Facility List and all DHIS2 features, reports, dashboards, GIS functionalities, and export functionality.

Interoperability of the Hospital Data Management Module (MGDH) and the Civil Registration and Vital Statistics System (SiRCEV) – 2010-18

This work is part of a broader objective of the Jembi – CDC CoAg to support the interoperability of the HIS with the CRVS system in Mozambique and allow exchange of mortality data, as well as an in- depth understanding of implementing the Unique Identification system across Ministries and platforms, allowing a better management of HIV patients under the PEPFAR framework.

Key Jembi results:

  • Development of the CRVS Digitization Guidebook in Portuguese
  • Support in the development of the CRVS roadmap, strategy and work plan
  • Support for the eCRVS planning, management and system development and implementation at all levels
  • Support National Vital Statistics Reform


  • Technical & organizational assistance to GITEV National CRVS In-depth Assessment;
  • MoUs: GITEV and with MINJUS;
  • Development of the National CRVS architecture and information exchange
  • Development and deployment of the platform that interoperates the HIS (SIS-MA) mortality data with eCRVS system;



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  • Time Frame: 01/01/1970 - 01/01/1970


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