LSS Zambia Limited works with a large number of associate developers, database administrators, System administrators and Network administrators to deliver projects.
Finance and banking systems.
LSS has designed, developed and implemented banking and financial management systems for ZECHL, Bank of Zambia, Zambia National Commercial Bank, ZAMSEED, FRA, COMESA and has done annual system audits for lending institutions such as AGORA and CETZAM. Other relevant experience include the Lusaka City Council Revenue Management systems and Ministry of Lands Systems that included receipting , banking interface including DDACC; Government payroll (PMEC) for deduction of instalment payments to institutions making claims for public service workers.
The Project Performance Monitoring System (PPMS) (WEB based)
for the Nacala Corridor project designed, developed and implemented by LSS provides functions to capture base line, mid project and final project data. It also captures routine data used to monitor performance of the projects and its impact on the communities.
Ministry of General Education (EQUIP2) USAID
Funded project supported the enhancement of EMIS and Human Resource Management information System. Generated the sizing guide for teacher requirements for schools that was approved by Cabinet.
Electronic Health Records Advisor, CDC Integrated Decision and Analytics
Support Project, BroadReach/Lusaka Systems Studio Consortium, Lusaka,
Builds and maintains the electronic health records (EHR) system for Zambia’s MOH under a $12-million program which maximizing HIS applications to improve the quality of client transaction data for evidence-based policy and decision-making. Integrates EHR data at facility level to post directly into DHIS2, defining real-time implementation prerequisites and standards. Incorporates health facility applications into SmartCare beyond existing administrative, laboratory and pharmacy systems
DHIS2 Specialist, Clinton Health Access Initiative, Lusaka, Zambia, 2015-2016,
2018 to date
Enhances DHIS2 by implementing a community data module, including malaria data. Designed and implemented a hospital reporting system based on a DHIS tracker module. New program for Northern province ICT Expert, International Fund for Agricultural Development/Smallholder Productivity Promotion Program, NIRAS, Lusaka, Zambia, 2015-2018 Builds capacity in M&E systems development and implementation for a $46.6-million program that benefits 60,000 smallholder farming families across three provinces. Designed and implemented a needs assessment survey and routine M&E data systems using DHIS2. Customized interfaces for agriculture-sector users. Applied tracker modules and tablets to collect and report data effectively.
DHIS Capacity Building Specialist, EU/Support to Immunization Governance in
Nigeria (EU-SIGN), Health Partners International, Abuja, Nigeria, 2017-2018
Supported health workers in switching from a district vaccination data management tool (based on Excel) to DHIS2 for the NPHCDA. Strengthened M&E roles and streamlined responsibilities between the NPHCDA and health ministries at the federal, state and local levels, to eliminate duplicate tasks.
Regional M&E Specialist, Ministry of Health & Social Services, Windhoek,
Reviewed existing HIV/AIDS and national M&E systems using DHIS2. Ensured that data capture was complete and that data could be integrated with DHIS2.
HMIS Reviewer, Ministry of Health, Lusaka, Zambia, 2015
Supported a mid-term review of MOH’s strategic plan in terms of service delivery, health financing, logistics and human resources vis-à-vis HMIS. Recommended practical improvements to CDC for SmartCare revisions. DHIS Expert, Churches Health Association of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia, 2012- 2013 Upgraded HMIS from to DHIS2 for the largest non-government health provider Designed and implemented surveys and routine M&E data systems using DHIS2.
HMIS Capacity Building Specialist, DFID/Partnership for Transforming Health
Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria-Maternal Newborn Child Health Initiative (PRRINN-MNCH), 2012-13 Provided advanced DHIS2 training to senior health officers in five states. Introduced new and revised national datasets and incorporated them across Nigeria. Instituted mobile DHIS2 in 16 health facilities, which expanded to 40 health facilities.
HMIS Design and Capacity Building Specialist, PRRINN-MNCH, Gusau, Nigeria,
Upgraded the £65-million project’s HMIS software. Used peer-review meetings to influence five states to upgrade and migrate their HMIS from MS Access DHIS1.4 to DHIS2, which led to improved reporting rates; trained five HISP-Nigeria staff on DHIS2