Who we are
We are the world's largest health information management system. The DHIS2 platform has become a global standard within international development and has a huge impact on the way countries manage their information systems.
DHIS2 is developed and maintained as a global collaborative project led by the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP) within the Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo (UiO) in Norway. The DHIS2 core team is made up of over 100 staff members representing many nationalities who work with DHIS2 research, software development, implementation and the DHIS2 Academy training program. While many team members are based in Oslo, a significant number also work remotely. In addition to HISP UiO, a network of HISP groups provides direct DHIS2 implementation support and training to countries in their regions, and contributes to the software development process.
DHIS2 has all of the tools you need in one open-source, fully customizable software platform, that can be used either for a single purpose – such as health, logistics or education data – or to triangulate aggregate and individual data from multiple sources and programs in one integrated system.
While our projects have a global reach and scale, the system itself is locally owned: each country or organization using DHIS2 downloads, installs, and customizes the system to meet their needs. Working with the DHIS2 core team means being part of a long-term project to produce, maintain and support open-source software as a global public good. The work you do with us can help improve the lives of millions of people all over the world.
- Flexible working
- Remote working
- Competitive compensation
- Option of a 4 day work week
- Travel opportunities