The Open Smart Register Platform, also known as OpenSRP, is an integrated electronic health information system that aims to improve the health of mothers and newborns. This digital system aims to provide an integrated health platform that improves frontline workforce efficiency, data quality, and timeliness of RMNCH (Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health) interventions to improve maternal and newborn health outcomes.
SID has been running the OpenSRP program through the THRIVE project since 2014. This program has been successfully implemented in five districts in Indonesia with more than 200 users and benefiting more than 120,000 pregnant women, neonatal babies and children under five years old.
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