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Revision as of 15:49, 10 May 2017

Impact Evaluations rely on many different types of data: administrative, survey, geospatial and remote sensing. An important step in designing an impact evaluation is to evaluate what data sources are best suited (and which are available, given the context).


Guidelines

Administrative Data

Survey Data

Geospatial Data & Remote Sensing

Call Detail Records

Back to Parent

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