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Commentary Background: Globally, there has been an increase in the demand for quality data for evidence-based planning. One of the sources of data is the Routine Health Information Systems (RHIS), which collect the information regularly on agreed upon schedule and by using standardized tools . Despite being criticized for its inaccuracy, the RHIS data has the potential of gathering the much-needed data to inform the planning of health intervention beyond providing data on servicesdoi:10.4172/2157-7420.1000259 fatcat:assduxwljbfl3jri4j3rjm75sq