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Sustaining the Impact: A Conversation on Methods, Institutional Strengthening, and Use of Existing and Routine Data
Join MEASURE Evaluation on September 4 at 9am EDT for the next one-hour webinar in the End of Project series.
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Publication Digital data ethics in low- and middle-income countries: The road ahead
Sam Wambugu, James C. Thomas, Denise Johnson, Christina Villella (2019)
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What’s in your toolbox? Here’s how to assess health information, data quality, and routine data
These MEASURE Evaluation tools can help improve health information system (HIS) performance.
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Health data—use it or miss out. Here’s how.
Access popular tools and guidance for improving use of health data.
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Publication Octet Stream Improving GEND_GBV Data Quality: Improvement Action Strategy
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication Improving GEND_GBV Data Quality: Methods for Assessment
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication Questions as an Organizing Framework for Health Information Systems
James C. Thomas, Manish Kumar (2019)
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Publication How MEASURE Evaluation Has Benefitted PEPFAR and Ministries of Health
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Deep Dive into Qualitative Data Gathering
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH, Data for Impact (D4I). This blog discusses ripple effect mapping, a new method for international health research—innovative in its approach to rapid qualitative data collection and analysis.
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Day of the African Child: Helping government policy action to support vulnerable children
On the Day of the African Child (Sunday, June 16), we highlight our work in Ghana and Uganda to assess, address, and monitor care for children.
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