Case studies of ​situation and programmatic monitoring ​adaptations during COVID-19​

Data generation and use is one engine for UNICEF programming and relevance, today and in the future. COVID-19 introduced limitations to normal operations, including data generation and use. This series of lessons learned aims to consolidate innovations, tools and issues in assessment, planning, monitoring and reporting at CO level to support peer to peer learning, and inform further policy and programming discussions for Programme, Monitoring and Evaluation (PME).

Phone-based surveys and social listening dashboards in Azerbaijan: UNICEF’s Azerbaijan’s experience in COVID-19

UNICEF Egypt’s experience with phone-based surveys during COVID-19

Investing in National Data Capacity: UNICEF Morocco’s experience in COVID-19

MONITORING IN COVID-19 CONTEXTS: A Lessons Learned Synthesis Report of UNICEF Country Office Adaptations

Big data and polls to support learning continuity: UNICEF Indonesia’s experience in COVID-19

Behavior pattern analysis through anthropological and social data: Pakistan’s experience with COVID-19

U-Reporters in Situation and Programmatic Monitoring: UNICEF Cote d’Ivoire’s experience in COVID-19

System-level thinking for multisectoral programming: UNICEF Jordan’s experience in COVID-19

Introducing remote programmatic visits: UNICEF South Sudan’s experience in COVID-19

Integrated Outbreak Analytics: From Ebola to COVID-19 in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Remote supply end user monitoring: UNICEF Kenya’s experience in COVID-19

Facilitating Public-Private partnership to develop national capacity for epidemiological situation monitoring: UNICEF Ukraine’s experience in COVID-19