Tariq Azim

Tariq Azim is the Senior Technical Advisor for MEASURE Evaluation providing technical assistance on Routine Health Information Systems (RHIS), Community Health Information System (CHIS); project monitoring & evaluation (M&E); validation of RHIS data management standards; RHIS curriculum development; revision and implementation of Performance of Routine Information System Management (PRISM) tools; technical backstopping USAID’s RHIS Strengthening activities in Bangladesh and Ethiopia, and contributing to JSI's new business development. He is member of Technical Working Groups (TWG) on HIS Learning Agenda, Master Facility List module development, CHIS and Capacity Building Assessment Tools; and participant of WHO’s Ending Preventable Maternal Mortality (EPMM) Metrics Technical Consultation, Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) indicator feasibility testing consultation; co-lead of Health Data Collaborative (HDC) TWG on Facility Information System; author of guidance document on Community Health Data Use for Shared Accountability. Over 30 years, Azim has worked in projects funded by USAID, JICA, Asian Development Bank, UNICEF and WHO. He was the Chief of Party of Ethiopia HMIS scale-up project, M&E Advisor for Pakistan Maternal & Newborn Health Project, Deputy Team Leader for study on HIS strengthening in Pakistan, and the Chief Technical Advisor for Women's Health Project in Pakistan. Azim has worked in Afghanistan with WHO and later with UNICEF facilitating health system reconstruction and capacity building; in Iran as a WHO consultant for routine health information system assessment.

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