Lessons learned by Safe Water Partnership (SWP) project partners on ways to enhance the use of data for planning and implementing responsive, sustainable WASH programmes, and ensuring that all stakeholders have access to usable and useful data systems.
|Title||Data to action : strengthening data practices to improve WASH services|
|Publication Type||Briefing Note|
|Year of Publication||2022|
|Pagination||7 p. : 2 photos|
|Publisher||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and IRC|
|Place Published||Washington, DC, USA|
|Keywords||data analysis, data collection|
The Safe Water Partnership (SWP) held an E-Learning session on 6 March 2022, titled ‘Data to Action: Strengthening data practices to improve WASH services.’ The goal of this interactive session was to harness lessons learned by project partners over the course of their Conrad N. Hilton Foundation supported projects to identify ways to 1) enhance the use of data for planning and implementing responsive, sustainable programmes, and 2) ensure that all stakeholders have access to usable and useful data systems. The session included plenary presentations from Uganda, Ghana and Burkina Faso by partners across the SWP as well as small group discussions that allowed all participants to discuss their experience using data within the partnership. This briefing note outlines highlights of best practices and key challenges shared during these plenary presentations and small group discussions.
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