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Publication Data Visualization That Works - Facilitating HIV Program Targeting: Case Examples and Considerations
MEASURE Evaluation (2016)
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Publication Understanding Data Demand and Use in Kenya – Successes and Challenges in Kakamega, Kilifi, and Kisumu Counties
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA (2017)
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Publication Conceptualizing and Measuring Data Use: A Review of Assessments and Tools
Tara Nutley, Michelle Li (2018)
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Publication Building a Web-Based Decision Support System
Michael P. Edwards, Theo Lippeveld, Upama Khatri, Derek Kunaka, Michael Mwebaze, and Romain Tohouri (2018)
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Publication Facilitators and Barriers to Data Use in Kenya: Learning from the MEASURE Evaluation PIMA Associate Award
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Facilitators and Barriers to Data Use: Learning from the MEASURE Evaluation Strategic Information for South Africa Associate Award
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Strengthening Data Demand and Use in Three African Countries: Lessons Learned from the Associate Awards in Kenya, South Africa, and Tanzania
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Assessing Spatial Data Quality Using Five Data Anomalies: Speeding the Process for Master Facility Lists and Other Large Data Sets
John Spencer, Becky Wilkes (2019)
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Data Quality Tools
Methods for assessing M&E plans and systems that collect and report data for program management and reporting.
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Demand and Readiness Tool for Assessing Data Sources in Health Information Systems (HIS DART)
The purpose of the Demand and Readiness Tool for Assessing Data Sources in Health Information Systems (HIS DART) is to guide a systematic review of the demand for HIS data sources and the readiness of these sources to generate comparable data to monitor health system performance.
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