A Guide to Data Analysis Methods in Community-led Monitoring
This guide explains some key concepts and processes involved in analyzing qualitative and
quantitative data collected through community-led monitoring (CLM).
The aim of this guide is to equip community-led monitoring implementers with some basic skills in data analysis to help them identify the challenges and gaps in health service quality, access, and delivery, and in turn, to suggest possible solutions. The guide discusses the importance of, and the steps involved in, the integration of qualitative and quantitative findings when a mixed methods data analysis approach is applied to CLM.
This guide was developed with support from Community-led Monitoring Centrally Managed Limited Investment of the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM).
ITPC thanks and acknowledges those who have supported our work in this critical area of community-led monitoring, including: Our national CLM community partners, as well as our regional and global partners who comprised the Community Date for Change Consortium (CD4C): MPact Global Action for Gay Men’s Health and Rights, Asia Pacific Coalition for Men’s Sexual Health (APCOM); Caribbean Vulnerable Communities (CVC); Eurasian Coalition on Health, Rights, Gender, and Sexual Diversity (ECOM); Global Coalition of TB Advocates (GCTA); ITPC EECA; ITPC West Africa; and CS4ME (Civil Society For Malaria Elimination).
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Topics: Community monitoring