No amount of data will lead to accelerated impact if it is not used to inform decision-making. The data produced by a digital initiative should be used for more than just outputs, such as published work or donor reporting. Surveillance, research, operations, project management, and data from secondary sources are just some examples of data that can be collected to inform decision-making. This guide provides organizations with core tenets and project lifecycle practices to drive data-informed decisions.
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