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Data for Impact Team
D4I is led by a team from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) through the Carolina Population Center (CPC) in partnership with ICF International, John Snow, Inc. (JSI), Palladium, and Tulane University.
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About Us
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Our Work
Through expert analysis and interpretation of what health data are saying, D4I helps countries realize the power of data as actionable evidence that can demonstrably improve programs, policies, and—ultimately—health outcomes.
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For Missions
Engaging D4I allows organizations to draw on the technical and administrative resources of a global, centrally funded institution, providing an avenue to funding and allowing them to tackle projects they don’t yet have the capacity to carry out independently.
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Data for Impact News
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This comprehensive collection of D4I resources makes the project’s learning accessible to ensure ease of use.
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Get in touch with D4I
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Lessons and Approaches to Support the Capacity-Strengthening Priorities of Local Partners
Data for Impact (D4I) is hosting a one-hour webinar to share experience from multiple projects in adapting and managing tools to strengthen the capacity of organizations in low- and medium-resource countries to conduct public health programs independently.
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Beyond Assessments: Capacity Strengthening Experiences of Local Partners
Data for Impact (D4I) is hosting a one-hour webinar, on June 18, 2019 at 9 a.m. EDT.
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Au-delà des évaluations: expériences de renforcement de capacités des institutions en Afrique de l’Ouest
Le projet Data for Impact (D4I), en collaboration avec Evidence for Development (E4D) et ses partenaires—le Centre de Recherche en Santé de Nouna (CRSN-Nouna), le Bureau d’Appui en Santé Publique’96 (BASP’96), et Initiative Ivoirienne pour l’Evaluation (2iEval)—organisera un webinaire qui aura lieu le 18 juillet 2019 à 9 heure EDT
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