IDRC Panel: Who Counts, Who Matters

22/11/2018, Ottawa, Canada

For data to protect the rights of the most vulnerable and provide for their needs, it must count those who are often left behind. As part of its Solutions for Gender Equality speaker series, IDRC hosts a panel on how reliable, sex-disaggregated data can benefit women and girls by making policies and programs more relevant to them and how innovative approaches can address gender data gaps in developing countries to ensure that the data benefits those who are often invisible when data is generated, used, and interpreted.

Ready to Measure Health Indicators for Women and Girls

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Explore our Tableau dashboard showing insights on R2M health indicators for women and girls:

 


 

What we appreciate about the dashboard’s capabilities is the interactive

 

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SciDataCon 2018

22/10/2018 – 26/10/2018, Gaborone, Botswana

Hosted by CODATA, SciDataCon 2018 will address the theme of ‘The Digital Frontiers of Global Science’.  In a hyperconnected world where the internet is pervasive and web technologies are driving major changes in our lives, research has become more than ever before digital and international.  Furthermore, the major societal and scientific challenges facing humanity in this digital age are profoundly global in character, requiring the participation of researchers from all countries and disciplines. The data revolution is also a major source of the scientific opportunities to address these issues but to realise these potentials the frontiers of science, data analysis and stewardship must be advanced.  Likewise, the data revolution must be inclusive, benefitting all,  and harnessing all energies: no parts of the world and no disciplines should be left behind….more

Amy Heyman

Amy Heyman Programme Offier, FAO Strategic Programme on Sustainable Agriculture, (SP2); Rome, Italy Amy Heyman is an Economist/Statistician at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. She is currently part of a small team leading the strategic direction and oversight of the organization’s work on sustainable agriculture. Previously, she was team leader…