Oct 17, 2017

Data to Drops: Leveraging Water Point Data for Improved Decisions

This session will look at how governments, civil society organizations, donors, and other stakeholders can maximize the impact of water point mapping. From planning water point mapping activities, to sharing the data, to analyzing the information and taking action, this session will look at best practices, opportunities, and future trends. Participants will get to learn about the state of the art in increasing the value of water point data through a presentation by the Water Point Data Exchange, and then have an opportunity to participate in a virtual discussion on next steps.

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