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EmpoderaData : Data Literacy Assessment and Sustainable Development Goals Data Gaps: Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. / Higgins, Vanessa; Casasbuenas, Valentina ; Ricard, Julie ; Carter, Jackie .

Data-Pop Alliance, 2019. 37 p.

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title = "EmpoderaData: Data Literacy Assessment and Sustainable Development Goals Data Gaps: Brazil, Colombia and Mexico",
abstract = "The goal of the EmpoderaData pilot research project was to establish a qualitative baseline of data literacy and existing training programs in three Latinamerican countries (Brazil, Colombia and Mexico). Moreover, the project sought to explore whether the Q-Step internship model would be applicable within the context of Latin America. Therefore, the purpose of this report is threefold: (1) understand the unmet needs in terms of data literacy skills, (2) recognize to what extent might a data literacy capacity building model can be helpful to develop these skills and last to dig up (3) in the current state regarding data availability for monitoring and evaluation of the SDGs in the three countries. ",
keywords = "Data Literacy, Sustainable Development Goals, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico",
author = "Vanessa Higgins and Valentina Casasbuenas and Julie Ricard and Jackie Carter",
year = "2019",
month = oct,
language = "English",
publisher = "Data-Pop Alliance",
address = "United States",

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AU - Ricard, Julie

AU - Carter, Jackie

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N2 - The goal of the EmpoderaData pilot research project was to establish a qualitative baseline of data literacy and existing training programs in three Latinamerican countries (Brazil, Colombia and Mexico). Moreover, the project sought to explore whether the Q-Step internship model would be applicable within the context of Latin America. Therefore, the purpose of this report is threefold: (1) understand the unmet needs in terms of data literacy skills, (2) recognize to what extent might a data literacy capacity building model can be helpful to develop these skills and last to dig up (3) in the current state regarding data availability for monitoring and evaluation of the SDGs in the three countries.

AB - The goal of the EmpoderaData pilot research project was to establish a qualitative baseline of data literacy and existing training programs in three Latinamerican countries (Brazil, Colombia and Mexico). Moreover, the project sought to explore whether the Q-Step internship model would be applicable within the context of Latin America. Therefore, the purpose of this report is threefold: (1) understand the unmet needs in terms of data literacy skills, (2) recognize to what extent might a data literacy capacity building model can be helpful to develop these skills and last to dig up (3) in the current state regarding data availability for monitoring and evaluation of the SDGs in the three countries.

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KW - Sustainable Development Goals

KW - Brazil

KW - Colombia

KW - Mexico

M3 - Commissioned report

BT - EmpoderaData

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