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Getting from ‘Wow’ to Sustainability
By Jim Thomas, PhD. It’s an exciting prospect that disparate technologies could transform health information. But governments should know that there still will be specific questions they should ask before adopting any of them.
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Software helps prevent mother to child HIV transmission
By Cristina de la Torre, DSc, MPH. Post on using new DHIS 2 software that tracks individuals and events longitudinally to help monitor referrals and linkages across health services.
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What is data use anyway?
By Michelle Li. A Science Speaks blog post discusses data use challenges and introduces a new resource providing guidance on how to measure data use in decision making.
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Looking for Cues of Project Impact: The Role of Causal Link Monitoring
By Ashley Strahley, MPH. This blog post discusses how the Data for Impact project is using causal link monitoring to keep on track.
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Weighing the options for evaluation data: Are routine health data enough?
by Emily Weaver, PhD. This Science Speaks blog post discusses using existing data to conduct an evaluation of the Tibu Homa Project in Tanzania and shares lessons learned.
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Leading with Local Experts Makes for Better Evaluation
by Heidi Reynolds, PhD. This blog post reflects on the 2019 African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) meeting.
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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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Gathering Data to Aid Children Often Overlooked
By Jacqueline Hellen, MPH and Lisa Parker, PhD. MEASURE Evaluation has developed a suite of survey indicators and tools and a guidance manual to assist programs to evaluate wellbeing outcomes. Photo at right: Copyright 2019 by Larry C. Price/Price and Price Creative LLC
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A Promising Data Quality Method to Save Time and Money
By David Boone, PhD. On World AIDS Day, here’s a suggestion on a method that has the potential to be a game changer for data quality assurance of routine HIV/AIDS program data.
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Geospatial Analysis: Innovation in GIS for Better Decision Making
Join MEASURE Evaluation December 10 at 10:00 am EST for a webinar on new techniques in geospatial analysis and how they have the potential to transform data-informed decision making.
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