The T4D project seeks to not only contribute to academic research on transparency, accountability, and health - but also to share learning that can benefit practitioners, donors, and researchers alike.  We will regularly update this page with social media, media, blogs, and events that highlight learnings from the project.


 

April 12, 2018

"High-quality data is essential in conducting evaluations, but data collection can be prohibitively expensive. This is particularly true when it comes to identifying survey respondents in countries with poor administrative data, which is often the case in the communities that most need essential aid and policy improvements." In this post, Assistant T4D Director Jessica Creighton and SurveyMETER Executive Director...

March 14, 2018

"How does the T4D program define community? We get asked this question all the time, and it’s one we often asked ourselves during the design process." In her latest blog post, T4D program manager and researcher Jessica Creighton gives a few insights into what we mean by “community” in the context of the T4D program. Read the full article on the Results for Development website...

November 30, 2017

This post is the fourth in T4D's Stories and Stats” blog series, which allows us to share some exciting quantitative trends we’re observing in the early stages of our analysis in Indonesia and Tanzania — and to dig into the stories behind the numbers. Read the full post here.

October 27, 2017

Rapid prototyping and failing fast are not just Silicon Valley buzzwords – the Transparency for Development team shares how these concepts can lead to better designed interventions. This blog post is the third in a series highlighting key lessons from the T4D team's new paper — Citizen Voices, Community Solutions: Designing Better Transparency and Accountability Approaches...