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Rooms participated in:Track 4: Cases from the field
In these strange and uncertain COVID 19 times, it is key to invest in data demand and data use for iterative evidence-based decision making and ensuring accuracy in reporting and designing impactful interventions to local, regional and global challenges aimed addressing Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development.
Using data iteratively and systematically for evidenced-based decision-making is key. Whereas sharing is important, it is key to advocate for the use of the data lest it is rendered not useful and all of the efforts invested in collecting, collating, curating, and making meaning out of this data are wasted.
Many thanks for appreciating my contribution. Yes, we have placed this work before the relevant stakeholders and Policy makers at the Ministry of Water and Environment in Uganda....
Unfortunately, it is quite difficult to follow, the discussions are breaking very often. I could hardly hear Ellen and the precurrent speakers.
My name is Benbella Dektar from Uganda.
Greetings and hope all is well. I am happy to be with you today. I will ask my questions as I follow the discussions along.