Deputy Director, Digital Health and Monitoring


Rodrigo Gramajo Rodriguez is GBS’s Deputy Director who focuses on expanding and improving the use of DHIS2 for decision making. Rodrigo helps local system administrators and program managers to build their technical skills to access DHIS2 more effectively and to use it in ways to inform their program management. Rodrigo has a bachelor’s in biogenetics and a master’s degree in Epidemiology from the University of Massachusetts. Rodrigo speaks Spanish, French and English, can sing in Portuguese and is an avid cyclist.


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