The guide From data to decisions draws on knowledge of evidence-informed decision making beyond the WASH sector to analyse case studies of monitoring systems in Nicaragua, Sierra Leone and Timor-Leste. The starting point is the uses and users of data, in particular the political economy of decision making – that is, the institutions, incentives and ideas that shape the behaviour of key decision makers. To a lesser extent, the guide also draws on insights from behavioural science.

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