Data for Impact: The D4I Approach for Strong Health Data

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Author(s): Data for Impact

Year: 2019

Data for Impact: The D4I Approach for Strong Health Data Abstract:

Data for Impact (D4I) is a five-year cooperative agreement funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) that supports countries to mobilize the power of data as actionable evidence that can improve programs, policies, and—ultimately—health outcomes. D4I seeks to achieve the following results:

  • Build strong evidence needed for program and policy decision making through expanded use of existing data sources and with new data generated through innovative research designs and data collection strategies
  • Strengthen individual and organizational capacity to develop evidence for health decision making and to receive direct funding from USAID
  • Facilitate data use to improve global health programs and policies through compelling data visualization and communication strategies.

Filed under: Data quality assurance , Data use , Data Quality , Data Quality Audit , Data for Impact , Data informed , Data Demand and Use , D4I , Data quality assessment , Data visualization