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What is the Data Use Partnership (DUP)?

The Data Use Partnership (DUP) is a Tanzanian government-led initiative that is digitally transforming the health system. The government, in partnership with PATH, is building strong, connected digital health systems that are improving healthcare management and delivery, leading to better health outcomes.

DUP is enabling countrywide digital transformation through four focal areas: strengthening digital health and data policy, advancing digital health capacity, co-creating connected digital health systems and coordinating digital health actors locally and globally.

Publication date: December 2020

DUP Infographic

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