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SurveyCTO Webinar Series: World Bank Researchers Teach How to Create High-Frequency Check Dashboards

The World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) group generates high-quality data and research to transform development policy and help reduce extreme poverty. It develops customized data and evidence ecosystems to produce actionable information and recommend specific policy pathways to maximize impact.

An important part of the work at DIME is producing research resources and tools to improve the quality of development research and impact evaluation globally. These tools are available publicly in service to researchers worldwide. In this webinar, we hear about the high-frequency check (HFC) dashboard guide that our presenters Borui Sun and Erin Kelley, together with other researchers at DIME, have created to give researchers a systematic and standardized template for tracking and monitoring survey data via high-frequency checks.

The iesurveykit is a package of tools to support high-quality primary data collection that is mentioned in this webinar.

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Lindo Simelane

Digital Analytics Associate

Lindo is a part of the marketing team at Dobility, the company that powers SurveyCTO. He is responsible for all aspects of data management and analytics for SurveyCTO’s website, social media, and other marketing efforts.

Lindo has a passion for research to inform policy in international development and economics. He has extensive experience in the ICT4D space that includes research work, and a background in international business and finance.