Data Zetu Shareback Sessions https medium com data empowerment three examples of data empowerment 5f3e964ffbdc Data empowerment based interventions https medium com data empowerment how to do data empowerment 7a5686e5aa93 While the process mainly relies on the qualitative insights generated about positively deviant practices from the inquiry stage you might also want to consider sharing some of the quantitative data collected generated and analyzed in the previous stages for people to generate their own insights and draw their own conclusions Doing so might require training or targeted guidance by someone with the necessary technical skills but it could allow you to go from having a one way conversation informing people about the conclusions drawn from the data to a collective process of analysis discovery and discussion The Data Zetu Shareback Sessions along with other data empowerment based interventions could be drawn upon in the design of such activities Policy Interventions The DPPD method employs a wide range of data both traditional and non traditional as well as quantitative and qualitative Using what we referred to in Stage 1 as behavioral data we can capture the factors within the control of individuals But we can also learn about external factors that are beyond the control of individuals by using the insights generated from contextual data The DPPD method might therefore not only allow us to identify positively deviant practices of individuals or groups but also provide a better understanding of factors that are beyond individual practices but which enable facilitate or support a positively deviant practice Understanding these structural or supra individual factors and their interactions with behavioral factors can inform the design of nuanced interventions and thereby increase their effectiveness and contextual fit In addition as the notion of PD in the DPPD method not only goes beyond behavior but also beyond individuals or small groups to include communities and administrative or geographic units adapting human practices should not be the only focus of DPPD interventions If positive deviants are public spaces as in the Mexico safe public spaces pilot it will be more appropriate to focus on how structural attributes like infrastructure or governance mechanisms affect their performance Finding positively deviant public spaces in Mexico City that have lower crime rates than others means there is a focus on identifying and understanding non behavioral factors such as lighting the existence of alarm buttons or safe pathways or the distribution of informal commerce as determinants that enable positive deviance to emerge In the Somalia rangelands pilot the team knew that managing rangelands sustainably is very complex and cannot be successful if community interventions that focus on individual practices and policy level interventions are not combined Policy interventions should set the rules of the game and clarify what the right use of the land should be through a general land use plan On the other hand how the rules are implemented on the ground such as which areas are closed who gets access at what time and under what conditions and individual level practices such as soil and water conservation techniques can only be amplified through community interventions that engage all stakeholders on the ground Things to consider As is the case with community interventions there is no single right way of designing and implementing policy interventions as part of the DPPD process When designing DPPD policy interventions the following three questions can serve as a starting point 103 104

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