Commencement of Imbako Data Management and Analysis
Since its incorporation in 2008, Imbako has embarked on several local, national and global initiatives that have stemmed from its core operational areas of Education, Healthcare and Environment. Data capture of the resources and resultant impact has been one of the organizational objectives, and in October, 2011 Imbako held its first data management and analysis meeting.
Data management of resource use and resultant output is imperative for reasons including, but not limited to resource and result analysis, goal setting, and research. The Imbako data management efforts will thus serve to accurately capture, analyze, and present the impact of the various initiatives. The data management process will commence in Kenya and USA in November, 2011.
Present at the meeting were Allison Jacobs; Director of student services, , Georgia State University, school of accountancy, Josh Sanders; Executive Vice-president of Beta Alpha Psi, Olusheyi Lawoyin; Emory University Goizueta Board Fellows program (GBFP) fellow, Josh Long ;Emory University Goizueta Board Fellows program (GBFP) fellow, and Irene Okech; Imbako Director of Healthcare Policy. Imbako is honored to work with bright and talented individuals on this fundamental organization undertaking.