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LEVERAGING DATA FOR BETTER POLICIES

Data-informed policies are more effective, inclusive and sustainable. They enable governments and societies to be more agile and better prepared for different crises.

The Data to Policy Navigator is designed to assist government executives and policymakers in grasping the fundamentals of data-driven decision-making. It provides a step-by-step guide and a range of practical examples from across the globe on how to integrate data into policy and programme development.  

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How to Use Data in Policy Development

Don’t know where to start? Data can help solve complex policy questions but using it effectively can be daunting. There are four key stages that break down the process of using data when developing policies, starting with problem definition and concluding with policy evaluation.

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USE CASES

INSPIRING USE CASES FROM POLICY MAKERS

Different countries and sectors use data-driven approaches to understand their development challenges. This can inspire a breakthrough in the way you look at the problem you're trying to solve.

Europe

Using Technology to Support Refugee Management in Moldova

Explore how Moldova used mobile data and multi-needs assessment surveys to create a refugee mobility dashboard.
Latin America & the Caribbean

Creating Safer Public Spaces for Women in Mexico City

Learn how a "Data Powered Positive Deviance" approach using satellite imagery, crime statistics and qualitative data increased public safety in Mexico City.