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UNDP strives to increase the accuracy, depth, and scope of data it collects for the purpose of enhancing situation analyses, informing programming, strengthening evaluations, improving decision-making, and showcasing the work of UNDP.
The Initiative provided 1) audio/video equipment and 2) Geospatial Positioning System (GPS) equipment to three UNDP Country Offices (Tanzania, Burundi, and South Africa) -- and the training necessary to use this equipment for qualitative and geospatial data collection purposes.
To demonstrate the usefulness of this technology to the CO, the Initiative collected qualitative data (i.e. key expert interviews) for the UNDP Global Study on Legal Aid (BPPS).
At the end of the mission, each CO was in a position to use the donated equipment for its own country-level purposes - creating videos and maps to strengthen data and results.
All partners were internal UNDP staff or consultants.
Donated to three Country Offices (Tanzania, Burundi, and South Africa)
all equipment necessary to collect audio/video (qualitative) and geospatial (cartographic) data to support UNDP programmes and priorities.
Recorded over 30 hours of audio/video interviews with key experts on legal aid in all three countries, to support the UNDP Global Study on Legal Aid
Built Country Office capacities to use this equipment to collect data for the CO’s own purposes
Country Office familiarity with the mission’s purposes and early engagement with the initiative is essential to realizing success to the fullest extent.
Capacity building of staff requires several training sessions, which might not fit into the timetable of a short (e.g. one week) mission.
Donating necessary equipment to the CO is a significant benefit towards increasing sustainability and programme adoption
Post-production and post-mission support is essential to longer-term programme success
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Teamworks Page: One-Click Away DER mission to Tanzania, Burundi, South Africa
Interviews: Audio documents