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Publication Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Measures for Global Survey Research: A Primer for Improving Data Quality
Glick, J. L. & Andrinopoulos, K. (2019)
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Publication A Guide for Conducting Malaria Data Review Meetings
Hai, T., Andrada, A., & Yé, Y. (2020)
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Publication Standard Operating Procedures for the Health Management Information System: Data Management Procedures Manual I
MEASURE Evaluation (2020)
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Publication Standard Operating Procedures for the Health Facility Registers and Summary Forms: Data Management Procedures Manual II
MEASURE Evaluation (2020)
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Burkina Faso
As a priority country for the United States government’s Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), Burkina Faso is accelerating its progress toward preventing, detecting, and responding to emerging threats from infectious diseases.
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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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Data Quality
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Data Quality Review Toolkit
The Data Quality Review (DQR) toolkit proposes a unified approach to data quality and includes guidelines and tools that lay the basis for a common understanding of data quality.
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Data Science Programming Library
This page presents some examples of core R code for kriging and mapping that has been used by the project to support its work in geospatial analysis with big data for global health.
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Health Informatics
MEASURE Evaluation helped at global and country levels to strengthen health information systems (HIS) by applying innovative health informatics tools and processes.
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