Join us this July 19th for an introduction to new Monitoring & Evaluation-related resources, plus a concrete example of “doing” M&E within a digital health intervention.

Speakers will include:

Click here to reserve your seat. We typically cap registration to 30 in-person participants to foster networking over the coffee break. Please join us! You may also register to attend in person at FHI 360's office in North Carolina, or call in to participate remotely. Dial in details and a link will be provided the week prior to the meeting.


Last week we had an excellent, well-attended monthly meeting on the data use partnership funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The vision of this partnership is that better data and regular data use will create a data use culture, leading to better decisions, an improved health system, and improved health outcomes. During this meeting, we heard from experts at PATHCooper/Smith and Vital Wave about how governance, leadership and strategy have played an important role in elevating the use of data to improve health outcomes in Tanzania, Malawi and Ethiopia.  Click here for detailed notes from the meeting; a recording of which will be availble shortly. 

Our July 19 meeting will be held at FHI360 in Washington DC from 9:30 - 11:30.  You may also attend online.  Featured in July will be a discussion about the use of tools to improve M&E for digital health programs.  Our presenters will include Garrett Mehl, Smisha Agarwal and Christine Lasway.  Please register to attend, either in person or remotely here.  You can also visit our website for more information on the July meeting.


We received more than 300 abstracts for the Global Digital Health Forum! Thank you again for such a high level of interest. The Advisory Board is beginning the review process, and will notify selected speakers in August. 

Please look back here mid-July when we launch our conference site and open registration. If you are interested in sponsoring the Forum, please contact heidi.good at

For more on the Forum, click here. Follow the conversation on Twitter #GDHF2017 @The_GDHN