Evidence, in the form of qualitative and quantitative data, is an essential tool of effective advocacy for policy change. However, in Myanmar, Nigeria and Zimbabwe the availability of relevant data, as well as people’s capacity to interpret and engage with it, is very limited.

The ECID programme focuses on community-led collection of data, improving data literacy of marginalised groups and community campaigns to encourage policy makers and other power holders to engage with the data, so that basic service delivery will be more inclusive to the needs of marginalised people.

On this page we will be sharing some of our data analysis from the programme.