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Geographic Information Systems
MEASURE Evaluation provides guidance and technical assistance in using and adapting geographic information systems to governments, NGOs, and other decision makers around the world.
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Defining Electronic Health Technologies and Their Benefits for Global Health Program Managers
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Publication Challenges and Promising Solutions for Improving the Use of Geospatial Data for PEPFAR Decision Making
John Spencer and Becky Wilkes (2016)
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Publication Innovations in Geographic Information Systems Mapping Technology: GIS Working Group Meeting, October 2017
Sky Barlow, John Spencer, Becky Wilkes (2017)
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Publication chemical/x-molconn-Z Geographic Approaches to Global Health: A Self-Directed Mini-Course [EPUB edition]
Spencer S, Stewart J, Wilkes B (2012 (rev. 2015))
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Publication Geographic Approaches to Global Health: A Self-Directed Mini-Course [Kindle edition]
Spencer S, Stewart J, Wilkes B (2012 (rev. 2015))
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Publication Geospatial Analysis in Global Health M&E: A Process Guide to Monitoring and Evaluation for Informed Decision Making
Moise IK, Cunningham M, Inglis A. (2015)
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Geographic Information Systems Tools
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Geographic Information Systems Working Group Meeting: GIS to Support PEPFAR
The annual meeting of the MEASURE Evaluation Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Working Group in June 2016, in Washington, DC, focused on how geospatial data and tools support PEPFAR in the fight for an AIDS-free generation.
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What we’re reading: Geospatial analysis of HIV
By John Spencer, MA. To help spread innovative techniques we’ve observed in the literature, we’re highlighting four articles representative of four approaches for geospatial analysis.
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