Exploiter les données d’enquêtes ménages pour la recherche ou la décision publique : guide et étude de cas sur l’accès à l’eau à Kinshasa

Abstract : We have entered an Open Data era and witnessed a clear improvement of the diversity, quantity and quality of freely available information. This trend also occurred in developing countries. Agence française de développement (AFD) evaluation unit wants to help practitioners, researchers and development policy stakeholders to better harness the potential of existing administrative databases, operational information systems, remote sensing imagery, big data and national surveys. Regarding the latter in particular, we can draw upon a wealth of reliable, harmonized and recurring data collections regarding household social, economic and health situation, individual perceptions of public institutions, basic services and governance, firms, informal sector or agriculture. Analyzing such existing data provides, with almost no cost and delays, relevant and accurate information to describe and understand more precisely socio-economic contexts. It also provides baseline, follow-up and end-line information that is useful to evaluate projects, programs or policies.
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Florent Bedecarrats, Oriane Lafuente-Sampietro, Martin Lemenager, Thimothée Makabu. Exploiter les données d’enquêtes ménages pour la recherche ou la décision publique : guide et étude de cas sur l’accès à l’eau à Kinshasa. 2016. ⟨hal-01372207v2⟩

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