Making Data Useful: How to Improve the Evidence-Base for Joint Responses to Displacement (2017)

Related Topics: Refugee & IDP statistics

It is not often that those who collect and analyse data meet together with those who use that data in their decision-making processes. The 2017 JIPS Conference provided space for an open dialogue to tackle some of the current and persistent challenges that hamper data use. Bringing together participants from government, humanitarian and development organisations as well as specialists from statistical offices, private sector and the NGO community, a number of recommendations emerged around improving the use of data. Listen to what participants said at the event and check the report!

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