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When creating a #datacollection system for your #MonitoringEvaluation activities there are 7 steps you can follow to ensure you are building an effective system. Here they are:
Step 1: Map the information flow in your organization & programmes.
• List all actors involved in reporting
• Add those interested in the activities' progress
• Map out how information flows from each department, field office or colleague to another & eventually to you
Then, find out:

• Where each type of information resides
• Who is responsible for providing it

Tip: If you find out that there are various different systems storing information you can consider replacing them with one so as to streamline the overall #datacollection process.
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Morning’ 🔆 Loved waking to the yarn generated on Traditional #Aboriginal #placenames. There is always dissonance when it comes imperialst #datacollection with a limited appreciation of Aboriginal cultural nuance and sophistication. Read more below.…
My Traditional language, the Mbarabram language is completey exctinct due to colonisation. So I believe its vital we support language revivals. Language is instrinsct to the expression of culture. A means of communicating share values, beliefs and customs.
Plus, there’s many borrowed English words from Aboriginal tribes, clans and nations, without any formal recognition. ‘Hard Yakka’ meaning ‘work’ from the Yagara language, the famous surfing brand ‘Billabong’ borrowed from the Wiradjuri group in South-West New South Wales.
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1/30 In two forthcoming pieces, I examine #Japan's response to the #COVID19 #coronavirus #pandemic. I'll summarize the main non-theoretical points here (long thread alert!).
2/30 #Japan’s figures have always looked good compared to many other countries, which initially led to suspicion that the ‘real’ numbers of #COVID19 #coronavirus infections & death were being played down.
3/30 #Tokyo Metropolitan Government at least has now released full #COVID19 figures, including general death rates, seeming to put this argument to rest (but these figures are also now being challenged).…
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