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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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Strengthening the Collection, Analysis, and Use of OVC_HIVSTAT Data
Join MEASURE Evaluation on March 14, 2018 at 7:30am EDT for a 1.5-hour webinar presentation and discussion on strengthening the collection, analysis and use of OVC_HIVSTAT data.
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Strengthening the Collection, Analysis, and Use of OVC_HIVSTAT Data
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Publication Successful Support for Better HIV Data
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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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 D source code The Importance of Gender in Malaria Data
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Tidy Data and How to Get It
By John Spencer, MA. Untidy data can undermine even the strongest health information system and introduce a barrier to effective data use.
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Publication Tool for Using Demographic and Health Survey Data to Estimate the Size of Orphans-and- Vulnerable-Children Groups at the National and Subnational Levels
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Tools for Gender-Based Violence Data
High-quality data are essential for a country to get an accurate picture of how gender-based violence (GBV) is affecting its population—as is true with any public health issue.
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Transforming Rural Health Workers' Jobs through Digitization
Effective use of digital information and communication technologies is poised now to change the way rural health workers work and to offer them an increased level of efficiency. In Bangladesh, a pilot program has begun transforming the rural health workers’ jobs and the accuracy of the data they gather.
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