Session I – Adapting Data Quality Assurance Approaches and Tools to Meet Local Needs

Session I will cover a brief introduction to data quality and two of the key tools widely used but focus mainly on how the data quality tools have been adapted and are being used in very different ways in Botswana and Tanzania to improve data quality and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity.

May 22, 2014 | 10:30 – 11:30am EST 

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Overview – Stephanie Mullen

Session I offers a brief introduction to data quality and two of the key data quality tools widely used but focuses mainly on how the data quality tools have been adapted and are being used in very different ways in Botswana and Tanzania to improve data quality and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity.

Adapting Data Quality Assurance Approaches and Tools to Meet Local Needs in Botswana – Suzanne Cloutier

This presentation describes how Botswana integrated data quality assurance into standard operating procedures by adapting the global routine data quality assessment tool to their country context. It explains the nature of the technical assistance provided to the Ministry of Health by MEASURE Evaluation and offers evidence of successful capacity building. 

Adapting Data Quality Assurance Approaches and Tools to Meet Local Needs in Tanzania – Karen Foreit

In Tanzania data quality is the cornerstone of our capacity-building approach, providing the evidence to pin-point critical areas for improvement and the empirical proof that M&E capacity-building efforts have or have not made a difference.

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