Join Us: Strengthening Foreign Assistance through Results Data Use

November 26, 2018 Global Data Policy
News/Events, Results Data

We know that evidence can lead to better outcomes. Yet despite spending upwards of USD $2.5 billion annually on collecting information about results – outcomes and impacts – research suggests these data are infrequently used.

We at Development Gateway invite you to discuss how we can address this gap, by making smarter agency and government-wide investments in results.

 

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Convened as part of the Results Data Initiative, this event will feature perspectives on country ecosystems and donor agency-level approaches to shared challenges. With discussants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Global Affairs Canada, Government of Malawi, MCC, UK Department for International Development, UNICEF, and USAID, this conversation seeks to transform a conceptual framework into concrete methods for achieving change.

Please join us on December 10th.

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