MEASURE Evaluation Experts Discuss Importance Of Reliable Data To End TB

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: Fighting TB starts with data
In a guest post, Stephanie Mullen and Jim Thomas, both of MEASURE Evaluation, discuss the importance of reliable data in efforts to prevent and treat tuberculosis, highlighting a USAID project that “focuses on assessing existing TB data, building capacity for countries to be self-reliant in using data to improve planning and solutions to address TB, and building a global repository of state-of-the-art TB data and resources as a lasting global good” (10/10).

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