USAID, the mSTAR project, and a research consortium led by Institute of
Development Studies and including the Overseas Development Institute,
Reboot, and Feedback Labs are looking for case study examples of projects
that are using real-time data in development work.
We want to better understand how real-time data initiatives work and how
they contribute to better strategic and operational decision-making, and
ultimately how they might be used to enhance and support stronger adaptive
managements approaches. We want to build the evidence base in this
increasingly important but under-analysed area, and use this to development
tools and frameworks that can inform future police, practice and research.
Please do take a few minutes to share your examples of projects that
utilize real-time data for improved decision-making by filling out the form
in the link below.
The best five contributions will receive a copy of “Time to Listen,” by
Dayna Brown, Mary B. Anderson, & Isabella Jean. To contribute more than one
case study, please reuse this form and submit your cases by 5/17/2016 in
order to be considered and to win a copy of “Time to Listen.”
Your help and support are much appreciated! Also, please forward along to
others that could contribute.