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Base de données pour toutes les enquêtes SMART

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Mija Ververs

JHU and CDC

Normal user

13 Jun 2017, 22:15

Dear colleagues
If I am not mistaken CRED used to have a database with all/many SMART surveys. Does anyone know if there is still such a repository of SMART surveys there or elsewhere?
Years ago we had a repository of nutrition surveys managed by WHO (SCN times...). And now in 2017? Thanks so much for your help.
Mija

Danka Pantchova

Nutrition Security and Surveillance Advisor ACF-Fr

Normal user

14 Jun 2017, 10:10

Dear Mija,
You can contact me on dpantchova@actioncontrelafaim.org so I can provide you with some info on this.
Best,
Danka

Tamsin Walters

en-net moderator

Forum moderator

14 Jun 2017, 10:56

Dear Danka,

Thanks for your fast reply to Mija. There may be others who are interested in this so please can you advise what database you have access to and how other interested people might access it?

Many thanks,
Tamsin

Mark Myatt

Consultant Epidemiologist, Brixton Health

Frequent user

14 Jun 2017, 10:59

I have maintained a database for several years. It has 2,426 surveys from 51 countries with 1,796,991 with surveys data between 1992 and 2015.All are in a standard format.

Parts of this database have been used fro a variety of purposes. I do not have permission to share all of the datasets. What do you need the database for? It is "found" data and that does limit what can be done.

I think that ENN might be the organisation to keep the database and keep adding to it.

Danka Pantchova

Nutrition Security and Surveillance Advisor ACF-Fr

Normal user

14 Jun 2017, 11:41

Tamsin
Mija,
At ACF-France, we have nutrition survey repository of about 1800 surveys from 31 countries constantly updated. If you are interested about the conditions to get access to it, please get in touch with me. We are dealing on a case by case principle.
Thanks,
Danka

Mija Ververs

JHU and CDC

Normal user

14 Jun 2017, 19:01

Thanks to Mark, Danka and Tamsin and colleagues.
Such a repository would be helpful for Information Management / mapping purposes and trends. At least, that is my specific interest, therefore it needs to be updated with always the most recent surveys in it. I am looking for SMART survey data that can be used for mapping on a lower than national level (geographical boundaries such as districts, woredas, counties, etc). I am sure that such a repository would also have other significant purposes. How could be make a plea that this is re-installed, after CRED stopped for, I assume, funding reasons...? And who and where should be the guardian/home?
Thanks, Mija

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