Data Zetu is an outcome-driven program
In the long term, we seek that data is more frequently and effectively used for decision-making. But this kind of culture change takes time that will outlast the Data Zetu program.
To lay the foundations for that long-term vision, Data Zetu is driven by five outcomes:
- Increased positive experiences with using data
- Improved technical capacity to engage with data
- Increased availability of data
- Improved accessibility of data to non-specialists
- Improved inclusiveness of the data consumer and producer ecosystem
We’ve set 14 indicators to track our progress towards those outcomes. Follow our progress in the table below, but keep in mind: Data Zetu’s impact is measured in more than just numbers. See our data use stories for a deeper understanding of our impact.
Our indicator table:
|Increase positive experiences with data
|Number of use stories demonstrating meaningful subnational data use
|Percent of people who report a positive change in perceived value of data
|Percent of people who report a positive change in the number of data-informed decisions they make
|Improved technical capacity to engage with data
|Percent of people who report a positive change in their ability to engage with data
|Number of trainees facilitated by Data Zetu
|Number of people who are trained by trainees (without Data Zetu involvement)
|Increased availability of data
|Number of new community-generated datapoints shared openly
|Number of organizations making data available
|Percent of organizations who report sharing data internally more often
|Improved accessibility of data to non-specialists
|Number of digital and offline tools making data accessible
|Number of DZ tools that drive engagements to other DZ tools
|Improved inclusiveness of the data consumer and producer ecosystem
|Percent of activity participants who are female
|Percent of activity participants who are youth (below 35 years)
|Number of organizations engaged
Updated quarterly. Last updated June 2018.
DISCLAIMER: The data and insights presented here are not necessarily statistically representative and are not published as official statistics. Rather, they represent a small subsection of the population who have interacted with Data Zetu activities and voluntarily provided their feedback to inform our impact monitoring efforts.