In 2016, researchers from the AidData Center for Development Policy interviewed 200 decision-makers and those that advise them in Honduras, Timor-Leste, and Senegal. Central government officials, development partner representatives based in country, and leaders of civil society organizations (CSOs) shared their experiences in producing and using data to target development projects, monitor progress, and evaluate results. The report identifies nine barriers to the use of data and corresponding operating principles for funders and producers to make demand-driven investments in the next generation of development data and statistics.
Traduciendo la Transparencia en Acción para el Desarrollo Sustentable en Honduras
Uzu Dadus nian iha Kultura Orál: Haruka Dadus Dezenvolvimentu Bá Serbisu iha Timor-Leste
Note de Synthèse
Exploiter la Révolution des Données pour Alimenter la Stratégie de Développement Émergente du Sénégal
Funding: This research was conducted with generous support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Global Development Lab (through cooperative agreement AID-OAA-A-12-00096) and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.