Using Data to Improve Service Delivery: A Self-Evaluation Approach
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Author(s): LaFond A, Kleinau E, Shafritz L, Prysor-Jones S, Mbodj F, Traore B, Dembele E, Gueye M, Bouare M, Snow C
This guide will help frontline health workers use the data collected at health facilities to solve common problems in service delivery and improve their response to community needs. It is intended for doctors, nurses, and midwives in community-based health centers. The overall aim of the guide is to promote greater use of existing service data to improve health services, as part of good data demand and use (DDU or DDIU) practices. The guide does not require health workers to collect any additional data.
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