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Received clearance from the Institutional Review Board of Malawi’s Institute of Science and Technology and from the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority.
Signed a data sharing agreement (DSA) with the first MNO.
Created an MNO data processing guide detailing safe and responsible anonymization and use of data security processes and analytical outputs.
Used MNO data to develop a population mobility model.
Using the population model, developed an optimized location model for an additional 900 PHC facilities.
Replicated a population model for COVID-19 response in Malawi.
Replicated epidemiological and risk models built for Malawi in Burkina Faso.
Domesticated the utilization of analytics to advance health-sector planning and interventions.
Established an additional data sharing agreement with a second MNO.
Established the first D4D technical working group.
Institutionalized data models within the National Statistical Office (NSO) for replication across other development sectors.