Thursday, May 18 • 15:00 - 15:45
AMASHIGA - A Data Driven Design LIMITED

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According to a household survey conducted in 2015, 65% of children under 5 were stunted in the province of Muyinga in Burundi. To address this alarming situation, AMASHIGA program (2014-2019), funded by USAID "Food for Peace" and implemented by a consortium of organizations under the leadership of CRS Burundi, supports the population in the province with a holistic package of interventions based on the evidence to reduce by 8 points (from 65% to 57%) the rate of chronic malnutrition among children under five by the end of the program.

Goal: Sustainable nutrition and food security results are achieved in Muyinga and replicated nationally.

Purpose 1: Chronic Malnutrition in children under 5 years is reduced
Purpose 2: HH have improved inclusive economic wellbeing
Purpose 3: Governance structures and key stakeholders contribute to effective, equitable implementation of national resilience, food security and nutrition strategies

XSP: Cross-cutting sub-purpose: Households and communities adopt equitable decision-making.

The presentation will be covering how data is managed in this project and how it is used to support Commodity Management team and make informed decisions.

We will discuss how we tackled the data management problems. We will show how our data-driven design and data-informed approach system enabled us to do better decision making and helped our Commodity Management team to prepare for distributions. Also how with all digital data collection, it enabled the project to perform case management and monitoring of beneficiaries with Unique Identification Codes.

We will show how we predict the number of registrations and graduations which project can expect in coming quarters which helps centres to procure logistics in time.

We will end the presentation with the demonstration of our reporting system and integration with Commodity Management team.

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Abderahamane Bamba

Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator, Catholic Relief Services
Principal advisor for CRS Burundi Title II Development Food Assistance Program management for monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on USAID Title II development impact and results. Develop/Refine and coordinate the implementation for the DFAP MEAL system, the main M&E components... Read More →

Vijay Singh

Application Developer, Catholic Relief Services

Prateek Srivastava

System Administrator, Catholic Relief Services

Thursday May 18, 2017 15:00 - 15:45 IST