As a Sr. Program Manager in the Global Business Systems department, Cristina Lussiana supports PSI’s journey towards better use of DHIS2 as the organization’s MIS. Cristina conceives, develops and promotes monitoring systems and tools for improvement to timely inform project course correction by providing quality evidence to decision makers packaged in a user-friendly way. Cristina has more than 9 years of experience in leading data use in public health projects in Africa and Asia. She holds a Master of Science in Infectious diseases from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and post-graduate certificates in data management and data analysis. She speaks French, Spanish, Portuguese, English and Italian. She loves running and outdoor activities. She is based in Nairobi, Kenya.
Response, Risks, Resilience, and Research: Four Themes of This Year’s World Malaria Report
Each year the World Health Organization releases their World Malaria Report, a global assessment of the latest malaria control and elimination trends. This year’s report reviews four key themes. Explore.
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