As my classmates discussed, I also have experienced two problems in system development when working with the health data management of the projects and setting up the logistics management information system (LMIS) for health commodities in the public sector. The first one is the difficulty of creating a common or centralized system to organize all the necessary data across different programs, as they have different data types and definitions based on various health interventions. Even though we are aware that collecting the same data types is the best way to integrate the system, difficulties itself is defined by these various needs. I would appreciate any suggestions on how we can manage it. The second problem is the lack of support and coordination from the main decision-makers and the procedures for developing the LMIS at the Ministry of Health and Sport (MoHS) up to the township level. The system did not work well in some regions where the value of the information system was not recognized and the procedures were not followed. The information system relatively failed in these places where I think regular coordination and communication and supportive monitoring of the system outputs with data-driven advocacy could be one solution.