The BID Learning Network invites you to view a webinar presentation on The Data Use Partnership. The use of reliable information from a well-designed health information system is critical for: decision-making during disease outbreaks; enhancing efficiency; fostering innovation; and ultimately ensuring improved health outcomes. To this effect, the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania, with the support of PATH, has been implementing the Data Use Partnership (DUP) under the Ministry of Health’s transformative Digital Health Investment Road Map in health data systems and use. This is intended to close key gaps so that Tanzania can make informed decisions within public health to strengthen health outcomes. In this webinar, the presenter will share how DUP has made data use a top priority, while building on the BID Initiative, which has been collecting and using data to improve the immunization program in Tanzania and Zambia. Learn more about how the DUP initiative is central to transforming the Tanzania health sector and making the country a front-runner in implementing a digital health investment strategy within the region.