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Data Demand and Information Use
MEval-SIFSA assisted the DoH at national, provincial, and district levels to improve its efficiency and effectiveness by identifying data needs, understanding indicators and targets, improving data quality, analyzing data, and presenting and using information for decision/policy making to improve health outcomes.
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Data Demand and Use
Quality data is fundamental to health systems and their programs across the board from HIV, to family planning (FP), ending preventable child and maternal death (EPCMD), malaria, reproductive health, and all areas of care that ensure public health.
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Publication Mapping the Stages of MEASURE Evaluation's Data Use Continuum to DHIS 2: An Example from the Democratic Republic of the Congo
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication Designing interventions for data demand and use
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication Statistical Yearbooks--Current data helps Mali track health services and performance
MEASURE Evaluation (2020)
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Publication Assessing Barriers to Data Demand and Use in the Health Sector: A Toolkit
(2018)
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Publication Data Demand and Use Curriculum – Facilitator’s Guide
(2018)
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Publication Baseline Assessment of Monitoring and Evaluation Capacities in 17 Counties in Kenya
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication Data Use in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Malaria Program: Results from Seven Provinces
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication Facilitators and Barriers to Data Use in Kenya: Learning from the MEASURE Evaluation PIMA Associate Award
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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