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What can be learned from the use of data, information, and digital technologies, such as mobile-based systems and internet connectivity, during the Ebola outbreak response in West Africa? What worked, what didn't, and how can we apply these lessons to improve data and information flows in the future? This report details key findings and recommendations about the collection, management, analysis, and use of paper-based and digital data and information, drawing upon the insights of more than 130 individuals and organizations who worked tirelessly to end the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014 and 2015.
Foreword

Foreword

Executive Summary

Executive Summary

Introduction

1. Lifting the "Fog of Information"

2. Data Use and Digitization

3. Real-Time Information Flows

4. Recommendations

5. Call to Action

Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements