Handbook on Data Collection

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The AfriAlliance Handbook provides guidance on how best to develop a data collection project to ensure high quality data is collected and maximum impact is achieved. The Handbook covers vital elements to consider when designing and implementing a data collection project, focusing on the development sector and including extra resources for more information.

Handbook on Data Collection / Introduction
Introduction
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Four A: Design Samples
Phase Four A:
Design Samples
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Eight: Share Data and Communicate Insights
Phase Eight: Share Data
and Communicate Insights
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase One: Prepare Project
Phase One:
Prepare Project
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Four B: Design Surveys
Phase Four B:
Design Surveys
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Nine: Make Informed Decisions
Phase Nine: Make
Informed Decisions
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Two A: Design Project
Phase Two A:
Design Project
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Five: Prepare Data Collection
Phase Five: Prepare
Data Collection
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Ten: Evaluate and Apply Lessons Learned
Phase Ten: Evaluate and
Apply Lessons Learned
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Two B: Designing ToC
Phase Two B:
Design ToC
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Six: Collect Data
Phase Six:
Collect Data


Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Three: Conduct Data Research
Phase Three:
Conduct Data Research
Handbook on Data Collection / Phase Seven: Analyse and Visualise Data
Phase Seven: Analyse
and Visualise Data

How the Handbook is organised

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Acknowledgements

AfriAlliance

The Africa-EU Innovation Alliance for Water and Climate (AfriAlliance), is a 5-year project funded by the European Union’s H2020 Research and Innovation Programme. It aims to improve African preparedness for climate change challenges by stimulating knowledge sharing and collaboration between African and European stakeholders. Rather than creating new networks, the 16 EU and African partners in this project will consolidate existing ones, consisting of scientists, decision makers, practitioners, citizens and other key stakeholders, into an effective, problem-focused knowledge sharing mechanism.
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AfriAlliance is lead by the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education (Project Director: Dr. Uta Wehn) and runs from 2016 to 2021. The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 689162.
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Akvo

This handbook was written by Akvo in collaboration with the partners in the AfriAlliance consortium. Akvo works with governments and non-governmental organisations that strive for equal access to public services, reliable infrastructure and a safer environment. Good data is critical for effective decision making, collaboration, and accountability. Akvo provides partners with the data platform to help them capture, clean, visualise and share data. That data platform is supported by a series of services to build local expertise and ensure success from data to decision. With five regional hubs in five continents, Akvo has supported over 20 governments and 200 organisations in more than 70 countries.
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License

The content of this handbook may be re-used under the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) license.
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