Governments Should Prioritize Collecting Quality Data To Make Development Aid More Efficient, ODI, ONE Campaign Say

SciDev.Net: Pressure builds on poor nations to gather quality data
“International aid observers are ramping up pressure on developing world governments to generate and distribute quality data to make development assistance more efficient. U.K. think-tank the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and ONE, a lobby group against extreme poverty, said during an event in London, United Kingdom, last week (11 June) that developing countries should be encouraged to spend more on collecting quality data…” (Vesper, 6/19).

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