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Lessons learned for drawing on multiple secondary data sources in evaluation - Shared screen with speaker view
Edwin Fholer
32:29
Good morning, afternoon and eveningWelcome to:Lessons learned for drawing on multiple secondary data sources in evaluation.Please use the Q&A for all questionsThe Webinar is being recorded and will be shared with allattendees and registrants tomorrow by a Zoom link and emailA link to the presentation and recording will be providedFor more information on D4I please go herehttps://www.data4impactproject.org/
Edwin Fholer
33:00
Good morning, afternoon and eveningWelcome to:Lessons learned for drawing on multiple secondary data sources in evaluation.Please use the Q&A for all questionsThe Webinar is being recorded and will be shared with allattendees and registrants tomorrow by a Zoom link and emailA link to the presentation and recording will be providedFor more information on D4I please go herehttps://www.data4impactproject.org/
Simone Boyce
34:08
Habitat for Humanity International, USA
Madhumita Govindu
34:14
CDC, United States
Michael Mhango
34:18
Michael Mhango, Partners in Health, Sierra Leone
Blake Erhardt-Ohren
34:20
Pathfinder International, USA
Apoorva Jadhav
34:22
USAID/Washington
Christina Lynch
34:22
Good morning, I’m Christina Lynch from Center for Reproductive Rights, based in New York City
Anne LaFond
34:23
Anne LaFond, JSI in Washington, DC.
Oluwaseyi Agunbiade
34:29
Good day everyone.
Edwin Fholer
34:34
Good morning, afternoon and eveningWelcome to:Lessons learned for drawing on multiple secondary data sources in evaluation.Please use the Q&A for all questionsThe Webinar is being recorded and will be shared with allattendees and registrants tomorrow by a Zoom link and emailA link to the presentation and recording will be providedFor more information on D4I please go herehttps://www.data4impactproject.org/
Hattie Ruysen
34:35
Harriet Ruysen, LSHTM
Hannah Koenker
34:35
Hannah Koenker, Tropical Health LLP
Sarah Blount
34:35
National Environmental Education Foundation, DC
Oluwaseyi Agunbiade
34:38
Lagos, Nigeria
Srilata Rao
34:44
United Nations, NY
Sarah Pedersen
34:44
Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, USAID/Washington
Michael Wagg
34:49
Michael Wagg, World Renew, United States (Michigan)
Alyssa Granillo
34:49
KIT Royal Tropical Institute, the Netherlands
Cameron Taylor
34:51
Cameron Taylor, The DHS Program
Sara Riese
34:51
the DHS program, USA
Ifeanyi Egbuaba
35:00
Good afternoon every one... Ifeanyi Daniel Egbuaba-Program Officer implementing in Abuja Nigeria
Nicholas Buhne
35:10
Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies Geneva
Jim Ricca
35:10
Jim Ricca, MOMENTM/Jhpiego, USA
Sumaiyya Thawer
35:49
Sumaiyya Thawer, Swiss TPH, Tanzania
Bwire Munubi
37:29
Lund University, Sweden. From Tanzania
Viral Bajwala
37:57
Dr Viral Bajwala India
Edwin Fholer
38:50
Good morning, afternoon and eveningWelcome to:Lessons learned for drawing on multiple secondary data sources in evaluation.Please use the Q&A for all questionsThe Webinar is being recorded and will be shared with allattendees and registrants tomorrow by a Zoom link and emailA link to the presentation and recording will be providedFor more information on D4I please go herehttps://www.data4impactproject.org/
Katrina Trivers
41:16
I'm seeing two presenter screens (not sure if it's just on my end or not) -- can this be fixed?
Ayesiga Edgar Wandigali
41:20
Ayesiga Edgar Wadigali, JCRC, Uganda
Enrique Burton
44:33
Hi, everyone. Here Enrique Burton, University of Quintana Roo. Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Katrina Trivers
44:54
That's not it- but thanks for the help! It's set to duplicate, but I still see a slide next to the name
Katrina Trivers
45:37
Never mind- I just minimized the name- thanks!
Gloria Carmona
01:03:00
Greetings from Mexico, Gloria Carmona, Red Nacional de Promotoras y Asesoras Rurales, RedPAR
Edwin Fholer
01:16:46
A link to the presentation and recording will be providedFor more information on D4I please go herehttps://www.data4impactproject.org/
Sian Curtis
01:26:49
There is a paper in Population Health Metrics that examines the impact of cluster displacement in DHS on linking.
Sian Curtis
01:28:19
PHM paper is Skiles et al 2013.