A friend from MEASURE Evaluation at Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, sent this video along following the recent Measurement and Accountability for Results in Health Summit, convened by USAID, the World Bank, and the World Health Organization. This is MEASURE Evaluation’s 3-minute take on what they discussed and why progress depends on knowing the numbers and my friend figured Science Speaks readers would be interested in how Data Talks.
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