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The policy brief on Benefits of Social Network Analysis for District Performance Assessment

This briefing gives an overview of how social network analysis (SNA) has been used to explore service delivery networks and resource sharing at district level, and proposes the adoption of SNA more widely in order to generate supplementary data that can better guide district and national level stakeholders to better recognize the drivers and bottlenecks of district level performance.

June 17, 2014

Read the full paper: The policy brief on Benefits of Social Network Analysis for District Performance Assessment